STALKER: The shadow of Chernobyl was announced in 2001 and did not ship until 2007, so the news is that STALKER 2 preparing for a 2021 release more than ten years after it was originally announced as a hit. Presumably, first-person shooters will once again put on their radiation suits to survive in Chernobyl while fighting mutants, but the clip released today does not give away many hints. A Facebook post refers to the player’s character “Skif”, and says “loading”
Ukrainian developer GSC Game World posted this teaser trailer on IGN’s YouTube channel, with a note stating that it represents “how the game actually feels: fast-paced landscape change, ominous landscape and the ever-present sense of an inevitable danger accompanied by a barely -distinguishable guitar soundtrack. The short clip is presented in 4K and definitely remembers the gloomy environment of the first game, and says that it is our first motorcycle on the game, in contrast to a longer trailer that appeared this summer.