Coinciding with the Gamescom in Cologne, the guys from The Farm 51 ideally take us back to the semi-buried structures in the debris of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant to give us a chance to admire a new game video of the Chernobylite FPS horror.
The next project by the Polish authors of The Farm 51 will see us wearing the clothes (and the anti-radiation suit) of a group of explorers interested in finding out what effects can still cause background radioactivity caused by the explosion of the power station in 1986.
Once on the spot, each member of the team will have to refute the theories of those who, living in the surrounding areas, believe that the Chernobyl catastrophe has opened up a dimensional gap and that the latter has already been used by various supernatural entities to infest our world.
To recreate in the best way the settings of the title, the developers of The Farm 51 physically went to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone to create three-dimensional scans of buildings and natural settings in the hope, by doing so, of faithfully recreating these scenarios through the photogrammetry technologies combined with the ductile instruments of the Unreal Engine 4 .
Who will go to Gamescom 2019 will be able to try a Chernobylite demo: the release of this original shooter full of survival horror elements is scheduled for the second half of 2020 on PC, with the concrete possibility of a subsequent landing on PS4, Xbox One and maybe PS5 and Xbox One.