Hello Neighbor Getting Prequel Novel Later This Year

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Publisher tinyBuild has revealed by its official Twitter accounts  Hello Neighbor: Missing Pieces, a novel group before the events of the first game.

The publication is set to be published by Scholastic and will follow a boy called Nicky Roth as he moves into a new locality and also becomes friends with the Petersons, that live next door. You can check out the full description, straight from tinyBuild, below:

Nicky Roth has always been a lonely kid. But that all changes when he and his family go to Raven Brooks and fulfill their neighbors that are eccentric, the Petersons. Soon the boys are inseparable and utilizing their abilities to pull pranks on the townspeople.

However, something about Aaron bothers Nicky–folks seem almost afraid of him and his loved ones. Through snippets from Aaron and a lot of sleuthing from town’so archives, Nicky finds a shadowy past haunting his neighbours, a series of awful luck they can’t appear to shake. Aaron believes that’s all behind them now, but Nicky has a feeling the Petersons are fated for a different tragedy…

This pulse-pounding prequel novel to the hit video game Hello Neighbor incorporates two-color illustrations throughout, to help readers unwind the mystery at the center of the game.

According to the official Amazon listing, the publication will soon be available on September 11, 2018, and will cost $4.99 for the Kindle version, and $7.99 for the paperback one.

For the ones that don’t understand, Hello Neighbor actions players with sneaking into the home of the neighbor (who would have guessed that) and attempting to input their basement, all with the owners lurking round the house. If players have been spotted they will have to hide or they will be captured and players might need to start over. The game had a very long development process, with Alpha versions of the game being introduced all of the manner in 2016.

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