Chernobylite is a survival video game developed by The Farm 51 and published by All in! Games.
Players are tasked with exploring and surviving the horrors of the radioactive wasteland of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Chernobylite's new Red Trees update adds 6 new story missions, as well as a new roguelite mode in the form of a game within the game.
PS5 and Xbox Series X players can avail of Performance and Resolution modes with support for dynamic 4K, 60 FPS and ray tracing.
The Enhanced Edition, which adds ray tracing and improved visuals, is also releasing the same day on PC along with the Blue Flames update.
Players will now be able to hunt three new monsters in the Zone, while the Autumn Dread weapon skin pack brings new paid DLC as well.
Explore the new Pripyat Residential Area in all of its glory, and take on new side missions to obtain Supply Drops and hunt down monsters.
Along with big changes to The Black Stalker, the update also includes a number of fixes for bugs, glitches and progression blockers.
New maps, modes, events and missions will be released up till Q4 2022. Chernobylite: Enhanced Edition is slated to release sometime in Q1 2022.
The Farm 51's survival FPS/RPG launched for PC this past July. It's still in development for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5.
Survival RPG Chernobylite's console launch date has been pushed back by a few weeks. It is currently available only on PC.
The final Heist mission has been made three times longer, AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution 1.0 is now supported and a new weapon has been added.
The Farm 51's Chernobylite is a complex and enjoyable experience, albeit with a few flaws that are hard to overlook.
The Farm 51's survival RPG exits early access on PC. No release date for the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 versions has been announced yet.
The protagonist returns to the Exclusion Zone in search of his love, Tatiana. Things may not be entirely what they seem though.
Prepare for the finale in The Farm 51's survival action RPG, which is out this month for Xbox One, PS4 and PC and later for Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
The Farm 51's survival horror RPG has a release date at last.
Game director Artur Fojcik speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming survival horror title.
The survival horror game hopes to get expanded locations and add new features.