The long-awaited sequel to the hit Metroidvania is finally revealed! Team Cherry has announced Hollow Knight: Silksong, the full-scale follow up the critically acclaimed title that launched in 2017.
This week, Team Cherry officially announced its second game. After the success of Hollow Knight, it makes all the sense in the world that the team is diving right in with a sequel.
Hollow Knight: Silksong is the second game by Team Cherry (that’s us!) and the full-scale sequel to Hollow Knight. And Pwoarrrrrrowza! if this one hasn’t been a struggle to keep under-wraps! Hidden behind the scenes, Hornet’s gigantic adventure has been growing (and growing and growing!) for well over a year now, with the very first pieces coming together right after the original PC.
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Daly Cherry-Evans (born 20 February 1989). On the next play Cherry-Evans received the ball from halves partner Kieran Foran, threw two dummy-passes and scored next to the posts to give the Sea Eagles a match winning 12-2 lead after Lyon's conversion. Manly went on to defeat the Warriors 24-10 to win their 8th premiership, with DCE the first rookie halfback to lead his team to premiership.
Fans of Hollow Knight have been eagerly anticipating any news on the promised Hornet DLC, but Team Cherry dropped a bomb today with a trailer revealing that players will actually get to control Hornet in an entirely new, full-length game. According to the developer’s blog (where you can also find information for Kickstarter backers), Hollow Knight: Silksong will take place in a separate.
Cherry responded in the Sun Devils’ next game with a season-high eight rebounds and made an impact on the glass through the rest of the year. After totaling just 36 boards through his first 15.
Family and community have always been important for Cherry, who was thrilled to have another opportunity with an NBA team close to home during the 2018-19 season. Following a tryout that turned into a contract with the Santa Cruz Warriors — the Golden State Warriors' G-League affiliate team — Cherry started 29 of 46 games, averaging 9.1 points and 4.3 assists per game.