Stalker 2 is in development (again)

by Abel Hampton May 18, 2018, 10:09
Stalker 2 is in development (again)

The "Stalker" series takes place in an alternate timeline where the Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion in 1986 created deadly mutated creatures and other horrors in a zone around the blast site. The developer GSC Game World has now officially confirmed that a full sequel of the Stalker game is in development. With most deadest on slaughtering you at any given moment. In 2013 GSC Game World closed down, as studio head Sergiy Grygorovych wished to cease trading due to "personal reasons" which weren't specified.

This isn't the first time GSC Game World has announced STALKER 2 - it originally did so in 2010, before cancelling the project a year later, leaving the studio dormant until 2014. He simply cited "personal reasons" to his staff. A large size banner can be seen on the official GSC Game World website along with a direct link to the Stalker 2 website (http://stalker2.com). A year later, however, the developers announced that they had to suspend the development. These are all the details we have for now, but for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 news further down the line, keep it locked here at IGN. He claimed the game would be released in 2012. The company's founder has recently suggested that the game will run on Epic's Unreal Engine 4, which may make porting the game to consoles more feasible. However, the highly informal nature of this announcement and the distant release date of 2021 are both troubling omens in regards to the project's chances of actually being released.


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