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Vigor Season 9: Stalkers Now Live


Bohemia Interactive announced today that the release of Vigor’s new Season 9: Stalkers is now available for free on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch consoles.

New to Season 9: Stalkers are grenades, the added A74-KSU rifle, and 60 frames per second support. Stalkers, the hidden children of the apocalypse, were born to survive in the Outlands.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Vigor – Season 9: Stalkers Trailer

According to Johanny Clerc-Renaud, the Lead Programmer of Vigor:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Bringing 60 fps to Vigor is just the beginning. The possibilities that PS5 and Xbox Series X bring, allow us to create even better gaming experiences for our players. What we plan on doing next, is to use the additional power we get from the console to boost image quality.”[/testimonials]

Johanny Clerc-Renaud, the Lead Programmer of Vigor, added:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Bringing 60 fps to Vigor is just the beginning. The possibilities that PS5 and Xbox Series X bring, allow us to create even better gaming experiences for our players. What we plan on doing next, is to use the additional power we get from the console to boost image quality.”[/testimonials]

Filip Štastný, the Marketing & Brand Manager, also said the following:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We wanted a Czech localization in the game for a long time, because we are a Czech studio after all. The new team was especially passionate about it. We have been polishing it for the last couple of months, and we believe that the Czech players will be excited.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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