Chernobylite Gets New Trailer And Final Pre-Release Patch Ahead Of July 28 Launch
The survival horror game has released a new trailer that reveals more about its protagonist.
In the countdown to Chernobylite's full release on July 28, studio The Farm 51 has revealed a new lore trailer, as well as the final update for the early access version of the game. The trailer sheds a little more light on the game's main character Igor, as well as his interactions with the mysterious Black Stalker.
Chernobylite is a survival horror RPG which, as the name would suggest, is set in a 3D-scanned version of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. The game involves survival, base-building, and resource management, with the main storyline unfolding in a non-linear manner.
The player character Igor is a physicist who was formerly employed at Chernobyl's doomed power plant, who has now returned to investigate the disappearance of his fiancé, 30 years ago.
The studio is also releasing a patch, which will be the last for the early access version of the game until its full release on July 28. The patch, which is out now, includes a huge number of bug fixes, quality of life improvements, as well as performance optimization that will help the game run smoother with a higher number of enemies on the screen. You can check out the full patch notes here.
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