Monday, March 23, 2020 March 23, 2020 at 04:50PM - Here's a solitary STALKER 2 screenshot for your perusal

It's been almost two years since developer GSC Game World announced it had a sequel to cult classic STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl in the works, but now, finally, the smallest glimpse of progress has been teased, courtesy of a single, solitary STALKER 2 screenshot.

The original STALKER launched in 2007, offering up a celebrated first-person slice of shooty, deeply moody post-nuclear survival horror, and was followed by a prequel and successor - titled Clear Sky and Call of Pripyat respectively - in the years after. A true sequel, STALKER 2, entered troubled development in 2009, and GSC eventually closed its doors two years later, a move that founder Sergiy Grygorovych attributed to "personal reasons".

GSC's closure notably saw staff splintering off to form Vostok Games, the studio responsible for free-to-play shooter Survarium, and 4A Games, the developer behind the critically acclaimed Metro series; but despite losing its key talent, GSC reopened in 2014, and would eventually announce STALKER 2 some four years later.

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