STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl, a short in-engine video showing the game’s graphics

    STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl, a short in-engine video showing the game’s graphics

    It’s not much, but it’s very short Inside the engine video Published by GSC Game World, if nothing else, some graphics Stalker 2: The Heart of Chernobyl With a small portion of straightforward gameplay.

    This is a small video dedicated to non-stop drink, obviously found in the new chapter of the series. This is a reference to a type of meme created in the STALKER community that led to the creation of the drink within the game world, included in STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl.

    Beyond these more of a know-how dedicated to the great fans of the series, for others the few seconds available allow us another brief look at the game world and the quality the developers have achieved in modeling this.

    Unfortunately, it’s a very short, semi-static sequence, with a large abandoned building in the style of the exclusion zonewhich if nothing else could immediately return us specifically to a certain atmosphere of the series.

    Between the lighting, the general quality of the scenario, and the color choices, even a short clip like this makes us fully aware of the world of STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl at first sight. A short film can also explain something from animation Specifications for the use of some items in the game.

    In this case, we see a NonStop drink usage sequence, but it could mean that other inventory items can also enjoy custom animations specific to that drink’s style. In the meantime, STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl Ultimate Edition pre-orders have been opened, while the developers have confirmed for some time that they have been attacked by pirates, making a huge demand for fans.

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