Polish developer The Farm 51 has officially announced its latest project Chernobylite – a sci-fi survival horror game set inside the Ukrainian ghost town 30 years after the nuclear disaster occurred. You’ve come back to search for your missing girlfriend and uncover the truth behind her disappearance. However, as time has passed the threat has increased due to ‘chernobylite’, a dangerous substance that has developed as a result of the explosion.
Players will be able to craft items to use as they tackle the ramshackled environments as well as the mutations that have spawned due to the radiation.
It looks similar and even eerier than the company’s previous game Get Even, utilising their Reality 51 scanning technology.
There’s no release information at the moment but The Farm 51 has revealed that Chernobylite will come to PC and consoles.
From the press release:
CHERNOBYLITE MAIN FEATURES:• Explore the beautiful and horrifyingly accurate 3D-scanned recreation of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone;
• Collaborate or compete with other stalkers of the Zone. But whatever you do, never fully trust them. Remember everybody has a hidden agenda. Always;
• Face and survive the natural and supernatural threats;
• Immerse yourself in the non-linear, thrilling, science-fiction horror story;
• Make good use of your physics and chemistry knowledge to craft your equipment and manage your supplies;
• Fight against the savage creatures pouring out from an alternate reality;
• Investigate and collect data with a set of sophisticated environment and substance-analyzing tools.
You can view the announcement trailer below: