Stalker Series developer GSC Gameworld had something exciting to share with fans as the new year approaches. Today, the developer published a brand new “Come to Me” gameplay trailer for the upcoming entry. Heart of Cornerbile. It showcases more combat, the different open environments players will be exploring, a glimpse of the returning inventory management system, and more. Catch the footage above.
Set in the fallout zone surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear power plant after the second disaster, Stalker 2: Heart of Cornwall There are players exploring the radioactive landscape that has given rise to many mutants, anomalies and unfriendly adventures. The developer is touting it as an immersive sim with horror themes, all powered by Unreal Engine 5 with high-end, atmospheric visuals.
Considering the popularity of the series in the modding community, unsurprisingly, GSC will also offer official modding support for its latest game. PVP multiplayer is also coming as a feature, though it will be added in a free update after launch.
Despite some reports of major internal delays, the trailer confirms the studio’s latest 2023 launch window, though it hasn’t been narrowed down any further. The Ukrainian developer originally announced the title in 2020, with a 2022 launch planned. However, GSC Game World had to delay the launch to 2023 following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine earlier this year.
Stalker 2: Heart of Cornwall Coming to Xbox Series X|S and PC. Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass subscribers are also getting the title on day one at no extra cost.