Sci-Fi Survival Horror RPG Chernobylite Coming July

Set in the 3D-scanned environment of Chernobyl, The Farm 51 and All in! Games’ sci-fi survival horror RPG Chernobylite will be released this July.

Featuring non-linear storytelling with strong RPG core mechanics, Chernobylite has players taking on the role of a physicist that is setting out to learn the secrets behind the mysterious disappearance of their beloved Tatiana. To survive, players must form a team and take care of them with medicine, food, weapons, and intel.

Players will need all the help they can get too – hostile military personnel and supernatural beings lurk in the dark. However, players will be able to make use of their physics and chemistry knowledge to manage supplies and craft equipment to get ahead.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Chernobylite Release Date – announcement trailer! [PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One]

To prepare for their upcoming trip to Pripyat, Early Access users on Steam will be able to download a major pre-launch patch now. Dubbed “The Final Stage,” this update changes up the title’s dialog, storyline, soundtrack, localization, soundtrack, and concluding level.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with further details on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X versions coming soon. Early Access players can get themselves a 20% discount on Steam from now to April 30, 2021 – you can grab it for yourself here.

Source: Press Release
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