Despite the continuing conflict in its home country of Ukraine, GSC Game World provided an update for Stalker 2: Heart of Chornobyl at the end of the Xbox and Bethesda Extended Showcase, confirming the game’s delay to 2023.
The brief trailer reveals the beginning of the game, showing a military truck driving down a dark road at night. A voiceover makes multiple mentions of “the zone,” also known as the Zone of Alienation, which was a perimeter set up around the real-world Chornobyl power plant after its meltdown in 1986.
The paranormal portion of the trailer follows, with the truck encountering a mysterious storm under a dark red sky. The trainer ends with a person approaching a massive stone monolith, with boulders rising from the ground for unknown reasons.
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