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Harold Halibut release date, trailer, and story details

How many times have you seen hand-made videogames? There have been a few, but they are definitely not a thing. Harold Halibut promises to be one of these, so let’s look at everything we know about it, starting from the Harold Halibut release date and details.

The game was announced years ago, and it’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about it. But now, it’s definitely time to wake up and be ready to take a dive into its fantastical world.

So let’s look at everything we know about Harold Halibut, like its release date and take a look at the trailer that reveals some interesting details and places that we will explore.

Harold Halibut release date

From the latest trailer, we know that Harold Halibut will release on April 16, 2024 on PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X | S . For the moment, we just have to wait patiently a few more months, but in the meantime, you can go ahead and wishlist it. But what is the story about?

What is Harold Halibut’s story about?

The story will revolve around life and friendship on a city-sized spaceship submerged in a strange and alien ocean. We control Harold, as he explores a retro-future world in his quest to find the true meaning of ‘home’, along the way he will meet quirky characters and translucent aliens.

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Harold Halibut trailer

In the recently released trailer, we can see several of the beautiful locations that we will explore, along with the quite peculiar alien characters. This definitely looks quite interesting and unique.

That’s all we know so far about the Harold Halibut release date, trailer, and story but we will be updating this guide as more details are made available. For more quirky indie games, why not check out a classic such as Full Void or Dredge?

Damiano Gerli

Damiano Gerli was born with a faithful Commodore 64 by his side. It taught him how to program basic adventure games and introduced him to new genres. Then, he fell in love with Sega -- while the Master System wasn't as powerful as the Genesis, it was where he played Sonic and Outrun. Years later, he got the idea that he was the most Sega-knowledgeable person in the world, so he opened a website in 1997, The Genesis Temple. Damiano is a gaming industry professional and historian, loves adventure and indie titles, but he never shies away from action and triple-A RPGs. Basically, Damiano is been writing about videogames for 20 years, with no plans to stop. Say hi to him on X at @damgentemp.