S.T.A.L.Okay.E.R. 2: Coronary heart of Chornobyl continues to be on monitor to launch someday subsequent 12 months, and developer GSC Recreation World has launched its first trailer in six months, showcasing gameplay with some narrative trappings alongside the sides.
Courtesy of IGN, the brand new video reveals that S.T.A.L.Okay.E.R. 2 is trying fairly darn good. The narrative-driven shooter is about within the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone in a post-apocalyptic world laden with harmful mutated monsters. Gamers should struggle their technique to the guts of the zone whereas steering the non-linear plot by way of choice-driven gameplay.
Formally confirmed in 2020 after years of begin and cease bulletins, S.T.A.L.Okay.E.R. 2 has had a tumultuous growth. After asserting and shortly canceling NFT plans on account of fan backlash in December 2021, the mission got here to a screeching halt in February on account of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the place GSC is predicated. Many workers have been pressured to evacuate their properties in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital. Different designers selected to defend town. Considered one of GSC’s designers who volunteered to struggle, Vladimir “Contemporary” Yezhov, was lately killed in fight.
S.T.A.L.Okay.E.R. 2: Coronary heart of Chornobyl is slated to reach on Xbox Sequence X/S (together with Recreation Go) and PC in 2023. It was one of many many titles to get bitten by the delay bug and pushed into subsequent 12 months, an inventory you possibly can take a look at right here.