Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl

‘Stalker 2: Heart Of Chornobyl’ website blocked in Russia

The developer is currently moving its offices out of Ukraine

GSC Game World raises over £600,000 for Ukraine aid

The studio donated all income from a recent sale

‘Stalker 2’ developer GSC Game World is reportedly leaving Ukraine

The Kyiv-based developer previously shared that development of 'Stalker 2' had "shifted to the sidelines" following Russia's invasion of Ukraine

How the games industry has responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

A round-up of all the action taken by developers and studios across the globe

‘Stalker 2’ renamed to ‘Heart Of Chornobyl’ as developer halts sales in Russia

"Every penny of taxes that go to the Russian Federation is financing the murder of our children and loved ones, the destruction of our cities"

Ukrainian ‘Stalker 2’ developer asks games industry to “help those in need”

“Through pain, death, war, fear and inhuman cruelty, Ukraine will persevere"

‘Stalker 2: Heart Of Chernobyl’ delays release by seven months

"We are doing the best possible to deliver you a game that can live up to the expectations"

‘Stalker 2’ cancels all NFT-related plans, one day after announcing them

"We’re making this game for you to enjoy - whatever the cost is"

‘STALKER 2’ is getting NFTs that let you become an in-game metahuman

As one of the big releases of early 2022, among the likes of ‘Elden Ring’, ‘Horizon Forbidden West’, ‘Dying Light 2: Stay Human’, and others, ‘STALKER 2: Heart of Chernobyl’ is right up there. It’s the fourth game in the series, but the first in thirteen years, and it’s also the first ever title from the franchise that’s appearing on console. Oh and it’s going to include NFTs.

‘Stalker 2’ is selling an NFT to become the “first-ever metahuman”

Future drops “won’t influence the gameplay itself or give in-game advantages over other players”
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