Polish developer and publisher The Farm 51 (Get Even) has today launched the Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming sci-fi horror game Chernobylite.
The campaign is seeking a $139,741 AUD goal and will end on Sunday, May 12.
Potential backers have an array of pledge and reward options to choose from, with the cheapest being $2 USD for non-game rewards, while the most expensive tier is valued at $2,500 USD, which will get you scanned into the game as a character as well as a trip to Chernobyl (travel and accommodation expenses not included).
A demo will be made available to backers at the successful completion of the campaign, with a Steam Early Access launch planned for November 2019. A full release is planned for 2020. While The Farm 51 hope to bring Chernoyblite to consoles, currently the team is focusing on the PC version.
Chernobylite is a science-fiction, survival horror single-player experience, mixing free exploration of its disturbing world with challenging combat, unique crafting, and non-linear storytelling. As a player, you’ll have to survive and reveal the twisted secrets of Chernobyl in the 3D-scanned recreation of the real Exclusion Zone.