Chernobylite story trailer introduces Tatyana, the fiancee of the protagonist, who has gone missing for over 30 years.
Chernobylite is a pretty interesting and unique take on the Chernobyl disaster in the world of video games. The game was originally launched on Steam as an early access project in 2019 and will be available next month as a full game on consoles as well as PC.
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The Farm 51, the developer behind Chernobylite, is mostly known for their multiplayer military first-person shooter experience, World War 3. Prior to that, The Farm 51 developed Get Even, a futuristic horror experience published by Bandai Namco.
Chernobylite Tatyana Story Trailer
Today, All In Games and The Farm 51 shared a brand new trailer from Chernobylite almost a month before its full launch. The new trailer dives into the story behind the game and introduces Tatyana, the fiancee of the main protagonist.
Playing as Igor, you will pay a visit to the Chernobyl power plant, known as Exclusion Zone, almost 30 years after the disastrous explosion. While investigating the disappearance of Tatyana, soon you will notice that time is no longer linear inside the Exclusion Zone. As a result, all your decisions will affect both the past and the future of the characters who once have been in the Exclusion Zone after the explosion.
Chernobylite offers a non-linear campaign where the player’s choice could change the fate of Igor and his past. The game could be called an immersive sim with deep survival elements and RPG mechanics. Prior to everything, you need to survive in the brutal nature of the Exclusion Zone. Your enemies could be humans or mutated creatures. You should be prepared for everything.
Chernobylite will be available in July 2021 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The exact release date of the game is yet to be announced.