Hololive ERROR Game Is Now Available To Purchase For A Limited Time

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July 19, 2022

Hololive ERROR, a horror game for PC based on the company’s VTuber group ‘Hololive‘, is now available for a limited time until August 22, and will be priced at 1,000 yen (approximately $7.50 USD). The game is available for purchase in both English and Japanese on the company’s official website.

Hololive Error is a PC horror game developed with a completely new story, unlike the free version that was distributed earlier this year. The protagonist is a reporter for an occult magazine, and under the influence of her grandfather, she was supposed to stay at a hotel to investigate the mystery of Aokamicho. Instead of doing that, she ends up getting caught in various terrifying incidents, including the mystery of a female student named Tokino Misora.


The title Hololive Error is available both in Physical and Digital Editions. The digital edition includes only the game and can be purchased instantly from the official shop. The physical edition, on the other hand, is a limited release commemorative special set that includes a digital download of the game, as well as exclusive physical bonuses such as official concept art, design collection, acrylic panels, and exclusive postcards. The complete commemorative edition costs 8,000 yen or $60 USD.

Pre-order for the Hololive Error Complete Set is available now, with delivery estimated to be around Mid-November 2022 to mid-December 2022. According to the website, the digital version of the game can still be purchased and downloaded even after the order period for the special set ends. However, they note that the sales period can end without any prior notice. System requirements are available on the official page, and the product is available in both English and Japanese. A promotional site has also opened for more info about the game.

The soundtrack of Hololive Error will also be distributed on Apple Music, Spotify and LINE Music.

Mohamed Hassan

Mohamed (He/Him) from Egypt is Interested in gaming as a storytelling medium and how it can give shape to new emotions and life lessons. He is currently learning the Japanese language and is interested on learning more about the Japanese culture and other cultures and how they are represented in gaming. Also a Long term fan of JRPGs, Indie games and VIsual Novels.

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