GSC Game World has announced that it's having another stab at STALKER 2, the sequel to its much-loved 2007 post-apocalyptic hit. And it'll be fun to see what a proper S.T.A.L.K.E.R. follow-up looks like, especially with the advancement in game engines over the years and the directions fans took the original through some thoroughly impressive mods.
"I can officially declare that GSC Game World is developing S. T".
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Stalker 2 was originally revealed back in 2010, but it didn't get very far before everything-the game and the studio-fell apart. It's not now known which platforms it'll be available on (aside from most likely being on PC) but in any case Stalker 2 is planned to come out in 2021.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 has had a tumultuous development cycle, previously being announced and then later cancelled in 2011. The headquarters of GSC Game World in Kiev. A report circulated later that year that Bethesda had acquired the rights to the series. The game is set in a world where there was a second nuclear disaster in Chernobyl. Do we need a sequel to S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl though?