STALKER 2 announced (again)

Stalker 2 is in development (again)
STALKER 2 is coming in 2021, apparently

16 May, 2018

There's not an very bad lot to go on right now, although that probably isn't a surprise considering STALKER 2 is apparently targeting a 2021 launch window.

GSC Game World has announced that it's having another stab at STALKER 2, the sequel to its much-loved 2007 post-apocalyptic hit. Four years later GSC was back, announcing a new RTS game called Cossacks 3, and ever since the studio has been silent.

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In case you do not know about the series, let us tell you that it is an FPS with elements of horror and survival, where the events take place in The Zone, inspired by the exclusion zone of Chernobyl after the nuclear disaster. The site shows a dark concrete background with "S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2" and "" written on it.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 has had a tumultuous development cycle, previously being announced and then later cancelled in 2011. CEO of game developer GSC_Game World, Sergei Grigorovich on his official page in Facebook said that the game development is in full swing.

In 2012, there was confusion over who owned the rights to the franchise, with Call of Pripyat publisher BitComposer Games claiming it had acquired the game's licence after buying the rights to the novella on which the game is based - Roadside Picnic by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky.

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