The team at GSC Game World have released a new teaser trailer for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chornobyl which features nearly three minutes of cinematic action. Although the game isn’t out yet, the trailer is a good indication that the team is still hard at work.
The latest teaser trailer for the next-gen open world action RPG takes players deep into the mysterious “The Zone” – a 64 km2 radioactive zone where anomalies and mutants lie in wait. The trailer is also the first to show off the game’s dazzling array of mechanics. For example, the title’s A-Life 2.0 life-simulation system is a boon, allowing players to hone their skills.
As you may know, the title’s developer is based in Ukraine, where the aforementioned Russian invasion has posed a significant threat. However, the company is still committed to the 2023 release window, even if the name of the game is to make the move to Xbox Series X and S. If all goes well, this new Stalker will hit the Xbox store and other outlets in the nick of time. And while the company is still working to a tight schedule, the new trailer is a promising sign of things to come.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chornobyl Teaser Trailer
The “Come to Me” teaser trailer features a bevy of shiny things, from a motion-captured avatar to an all-powerful gun. It also boasts a non-linear story, the first of its kind to be released for the Xbox One. In addition, the trailer is packed with some of the most creative visuals of any video game trailer to date.