Hollow Knight's Community Celebrate Its Third Birthday With Amazing Art

Hollow Knight's Community Celebrate Its Third Birthday With Amazing Art

Hollow Knight's community are a talented bunch.

It's hard to believe it's been three whole years since Hollow Knight first launched on PC. Since it first launched in 2017 on PC, Team Cherry's adorable platformer has since come to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, topping 2.8 million sales as of this time last year.

To celebrate Hollow Knight's third birthday, the community around the game has produced some amazing artwork. I absolutely love all the small Knights below gathering around the protagonist Knight, and it's just one of many, many pieces you can find doing the rounds today.

If you visit the Hollow Knight subreddit, there's tons of lovely artwork being promoted all of today. That's not to say the artwork produced by the community isn't usually lovely (because trust me, it definitely is), but the anniversary has seen the community producing special art to mark the occasion.

Hollow Knight's community is actually one I keep an eye on pretty regularly. Not just because of the tidbits of information and speculation about Hollow Knight: Silksong, the upcoming sequel from Team Cherry, but because they work together on amazing bits of knowledge and lore, like crafting an entire language from the in-game gibberish.

Oh, and there's this person playing a charming track from the Hollow Knight score on the piano. As you do.

Team Cherry has gone radio silence of late on Hollow Knight: Silksong, but don't worry, it's still well in development for PC and Nintendo Switch. There's no word yet on when Silksong will release, but we do know that we'll be playing as Hornet this time around.

Header image credit: @SeabTheVortian on Twitter.

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