A new report suggests that GSC Game World’s upcoming anticipated title STALKER 2 will have a playtime close to hundred hours!
The information has come from none other than the developer’s PR manager, who says that STALKER 2 will be worth hundreds of hours.
But there’s a catch in this reveal.
‘STALKER 2’ details so far.
GSC Game World’s PR manager has stated that STALKER 2 will expand in hundreds of hours only if players do all the side quests.
The game announcement came last year in August for PC and Xbox Series X|S.
This latest information about the possibility of players spending hundreds of hours on it may turn out to be true.
However, the mention of completing all the side quests and challenges means the primary campaign might not be extensive in itself.
But again, there are no precise data to back it up. So everything depends on a future announcement from the developing team.
STALKER 2 will be a post-apocalyptic title that will see players trying to survive a very toxic atmosphere.
Previous reports did claim that it will provide a large world to explore and roam around. Players will be going through complex challenges and lethal circumstances.
Speaking of the game’s length, then GSC’s PR Zakhar Bocharov mentioned it in a recent interview.
He said that along with the main storyline, die-hard enthusiasts would witness long hours spending on the title only if they show their interest in all the quests after beating the campaign.
Also, he cleared another doubt regarding the game’s release on older consoles.
It probably won’t arrive for PS4 and Xbox One because the main gameplay is designed only for next-gen platforms such as Xbox Series X|S and PS5.
READ MORE: STALKER 2 is going to be an Xbox exclusive
Upcoming games of 2021
Well, gaming fanatics are currently hyped for multiple heavyweights coming out in the later part of this calendar.
But that’s not it!
The extensive line-up extends further with the likes of Death loop, New World, Stray, Humankind, Biomutant, and Psychonauts 2.
New World, No More Heroes 3, Cyber Shadow, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart are other crucial launches.
Coming back to STALKER 2, then it’s still currently in development.
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