It Has a Release Date, but I don’t know what to call Chorus/Chorvs for SEO Optimization.
The game was introduced as Choir, but it is spelled like Chrovs in most of its promotional materials. The space combat game will be available on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S from December 3.
Developer Deep Silver Fishlabs also released an extended trailer for Choir. This gives you a guided tour of the game’s intergalactic travel, space battles, and ship customization. Check it out:
Now that I have all the news, I need to do some SEO optimization so people who are searching for it can find it. I don’t know if I should call it Chorus because it’s spoken or Choir because it’s always been written out in trailers. The funny thing about it is that searching for Chorus on Google will return news along with every other use of Chorus. However, searching for Chorvs will only bring up news about the game and will not register as a spelling error, despite almost every result spelling the name “Chorus”.
What was Deep Silver Fishlabs trying with this strange stylization of the title? Is this a reference to something we don’t know about the game? Are they big fans of the band CHVRCHES, who did the exact same thing? It doesn’t seem to matter, because search engines such as Google have picked up the message. It does make me wonder if I, a writer dependent on the SEO gods for my news, will be able to use these sick keywords to get it to people. Perhaps I’ll use both. Perhaps it worked, if you’re still here. Stay put! You will find a variety of great written, audio, and podcast content.