Krampus is Home is a survival horror video game currently available for Windows.
Sebastian is a teenager who is alone in his house waiting for his parents to come back. soon he realizes that there is something evil lurking around.


First person shooter.

Complex and challenging survival strategies.

Cinematic visuals.

Story-driven game play.

Advanced AI.

Jump scares.


New gameplay modes.

Multiple languages support.

Full gamepad support.

Xbox one version of the game.


Why Early Access?

“Because we want to build a game that people enjoy playing so we would like to hear what the community thinks about this project before we fully release it to the public. We also need income for further development.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We have planned to fully release this game around the month of october or november of 2018, but a specific release date will be provided later on.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“On the early access version around 80% of the Main Story will be available, additional playable modes such as: survive the night on a specific location, Find objects without dying should be implemented in the early access version as well, Steam achievements for the additional playable modes will be implemented on the early access versions.
The final version will have the main story ending or endings, it will also have Steam achievements for the full campaign and the game should have a much more polished look and feel generally.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“This version of the game is playable with more than an hour of gameplay. The story mode is still incomplete but we will add more levels and content on the early access state, most of the mechanics are already incorporated, more assets and play modes will be added in the next updates as well as Steam achievements.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The current price of the game will not increase during the early access stage, but the price of the game might change by a couple of US dollars when it is fully released.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We are open to suggestions from the community in the forums, videos and other forms of social media.”