Chernobylite leaves Early Access soon, physical PS4 and PS5 versions coming


Chernobylite, the highly anticipated sci-fi survival horror RPG, will leave Early Access and launch on PC on July 28. Along with this release, a console version has been confirmed for PS4 and PS5 in August.

As previously stated, Chernobylite, a successful Kickstarter project, will leave Early Access and launch on PC on July 28th via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Game Store.

In addition, Farm 51 and Perp Games have finally confirmed that a physical version for the PS4 and PS5 will be released alongside the digital versions for the PS4 and Xbox One.

A survival-horror that takes you straight to Chernobyl

It’s the new role-playing, survival-horror game from the creators of the critically acclaimed Get Even, for those who don’t know. It is a sci-fi experience that combines free exploration of its unsettling world and a non-linear narrative with RPG-like gameplay mechanics.

Investigate the mysterious disappearance of your beloved as a physicist, one of the former employees of the Chernobyl power plant. Attempt to survive while uncovering the twisted secrets of the irradiated city. Remember that the military is not your only concern, and you must be prepared to face a variety of dangers. Prepare yourself for an exciting adventure filled with survival, conspiracy, horror, love, and obsession. One that will show you that how you face your fears isn’t as important as how you survive them.

Chernobylite is now available on PC via Steam and GOG for PC; the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital versions, as well as the PlayStation 4 exclusive physical version, will be available later in August. If you want, you can pre-order the physical version for PS4 and PS5 from Playasia.

Watch the Chernobylite trailer here on Game Freaks 365!

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