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Here’s your “first glimpse” at STALKER 2, and there’s “more to come in 2020”

GSC Game World introduced STALKER 2 in 2018, and since then we’ve seen little of the sport. Yet whereas it appears the sport was introduced principally to court docket publishers early, manufacturing is continuing slowly, however certainly. It bought a web site with early artwork and music in 2019, and the builders introduced earlier this yr it will be constructed within the Unreal engine. Now, eventually, the devs have revealed the primary STALKER 2 screenshot.

This is a “first glimpse” at STALKER 2, in keeping with GSC Game World, although it’s fairly restricted as glimpses go. We see a load of wrecked vehicles on a wet, forested roadside, whereas a mysterious anomaly hovers above. And… that’s about it. Sure looks like they’re making a brand new STALKER sport, I assume.

The devs additionally launched a short message alongside the brand new display screen, thanking followers for his or her assist. “A whole lot of you’re becoming a member of social isolation now. That’s why at present, on a really big day, we’re able to barely uncover the thriller of what we’re engaged on. This is the primary glimpse of STALKER 2.”

There is, apparently, “extra to return in 2020,” although we’ll must proceed ready to search out out what that additional info will appear to be.


— S.T.A.L.Ok.E.R. OFFICIAL (@stalker_thegame) March 23, 2020

If you’re in search of items of STALKER flavour, you possibly can take a look at our lists of the very best FPS video games, RPG video games, and open-world video games, although for now you would possibly nonetheless be left wanting for that individual mix of all three.

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