A short teaser video gives the primary in-engine footage for STALKER 2, but it surely lacks any precise gameplay.
Ever because it was first introduced again in 2018, there was zero footage of the first-person shooter/horror recreation sequel S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2.
Not too long ago, although, developer GSC World uploaded a brand new teaser trailer, offering followers a primary glimpse at in-engine footage.
It’s lower than a minute lengthy and options some gorgeous visuals, all from the angle of latest participant character Skif, but it surely lacks any precise gameplay.
Talking with IGN, GSC World says the teaser represents ‘… how the sport really feels: fast-paced change of surroundings, ominous landscapes and the ever-present feeling of an inevitable hazard accompanied by a barely-distinguishable guitar soundtrack.’
The teaser definitely feels eerie, exhibiting off the within of a ruined and long-abandoned home and culminating with a room bathed in blood purple gentle, earlier than objects begin to slowly float off the bottom.
The primary S.T.A.L.Ok.E.R. recreation launched in 2007 and was set in an space outdoors the Chernobyl Nuclear Energy Plant dubbed the Zone, which grew to become stuffed with weird anomalies following a second explosion on the plant.
Little or no is understood in regards to the sequel, however the official website claims it is going to have one of many largest open-worlds to this point, with a non-linear narrative and a number of endings.
STALKER 2 will launch for PC and Xbox Sequence X/S in 2021.
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