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Survival horror and sci-fi RPG left the exclusion zone

Survival horror and sci-fi RPG left the exclusion zone

Chernobylite has left the exclusion zone and is out today for Xbox and PlayStation.

After a highly successful PC release, video game publisher All in! Game company and developer The Farm 51 announced the release of Chernobylite on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players can purchase this sci-fi survival RPG in a highly realistic 3D replica of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone digitally at console stores for €29.99.

However, the Chernobylite console version is not the end of the journey. The developers have more great content planned for release in the next 14 months in the form of six DLC, including both paid and free content. Each DLC is a mix of missions, monsters, weapons, new game modes, and more.

Piotr Żygadło, CEO of [All in! Games]. “Of course, our collaboration with Chernobylite does not end there, we will continue to support the game in the future. I am happy to announce that Chernobylite-owned players on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will receive free automatic upgrades to PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X | S when the game is released on next generation consoles”.

“It has been a pleasure, both for the PC and console version of Chernobylite with All in! Games to work together,” said Wojciech Pazdur, Director of Development at The Farm 51. “We can’t wait to continue our work together to create the DLC roadmap.” The community can look forward to more DLC this year for Halloween and Christmas with new missions and new monsters and one looking forward to the new card.”

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