Today, Farm 51 and All in! Games officially revealed the Chernobylite console release date for PS4 and Xbox One. The game will be available on consoles on September 7, over a month after its full release on PC.
As a supernatural depiction of a nuclear disaster, Chernobylite takes you back to the Exclusion Zone, where everything turned into ashes in a blink of an eye, almost 40 years later. The game features a non-linear story-telling where your choices shape up the past and future of anyone who has once been in the Exclusion Zone at the time of the explosion.
Chernobylite is a single-player game, but it’s not a journey you could finish on your own. There will be AI companions and allies in the game. You will work as a team, but you might not remain a team till the end if you wouldn’t care much about your companions.
As a survival RPG, Chernobylite promises deep gameplay systems from crafting and base-building to rewarding explorations. The only one who can help you survive is yourself. Every day could be your worst day in the Exclusion Zone. You might get robbed by bandits, you might run out of food or supplies, and you might end up dead after being attack by supernatural creatures.
You have stepped into the Exclusion Zone for one last mission, but it’s up to you how to prepare for it and approach it. The game is supposed to provide absolute freedom for players and let you know get the job done in the way you prefer.
Chernobylite will be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The PC version is now available in the Early Access phase but will be released as a full title next week on July 28. On the other hand, the Chernobylite console release date has been set for September 7.