STALKER 2 Revealed, Coming in 2021

Posted May 16, 2018

STALKER 2 is in Development.

Websites are easy to fake, but the GSC Game World Facebook page contains a link to the site, as does the GSC website, which also states explicitly that "currently [the] company is developing Stalker 2".

CEO of GSC Game World Sergei Grigorovich announced in Facebook that is now being developed computer game S. T.

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In response to the news, Epic Games employee and SteamSpy creator Sergey Galyonkin tweeted "guesss the engine", which suggests S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 will use Epic's Unreal Engine 4. They hinted many times about a sequel, and even tried again with a Kickstarter campaign four years later, but that didn't work out either, so the studio and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 disappeared.

However, the following year, several sources reported turmoil at GSC Game World.

The last part of the series, which was more of an offshoot than a full game, GSC Game World on the shelves of stores appeared in 2009, then in 2010 announced a second part of the series.

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In case you do not know about the series, let us tell you that it is an FPS with elements of horror and survival, where the events take place in The Zone, inspired by the exclusion zone of Chernobyl after the nuclear disaster.

GSC would reopen in 2015, and released real-time strategy title Cossacks 3 in 2016.

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