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Chernobylite, by gathering the initial $100,000 on Kickstarter in just over a week, has already made the game the third most successful Polish crowdfunded title right after SUPERHOT and The Agony. The Farm 51 developers, however, don’t plan to stop just yet, publishing a new video and announcing further stretch goals.

The Farm 51 has announced that their crowdfunded S.T.A.L.K.E.R inspired FPS Chernobylite has already been fully funded on Kickstarter with $120,000 already pledged by 1,896 backers and 17 more days still left. The first stretch goal has already been reached and thus, to celebrate this incredible feat, The Farm 51 has published a brand new video and revealing further stretch goals for the title, including adding a recruitable NPC and an additional level to explore.

By funding Chernobylite on Kickstarter (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thefarm51/chernobylite-survival-horror-in-3d-scanned-chernob) in just nine days, and still continuing to support it, players have sent a clear message: they believe in the project and want to virtually visit the Ghost City of Pripyat with it looking as real as possible.
Here are the new stretch goals for Chernobylite:

  •  EFIGS localization – after reaching the $120,000 mark, so it’s already secured!
  • Weapon craft system and content – available once the $130,000 milestone is reached.
  • Real Zone sounds added to the game when it hits $150,000.
  • Tarakan, a recruitable NPC, will show up in the game once pledges are at a level of $180,000.
  • And a whole new Red Forest level will also be added to Chernobylite with the final $200,000 stretch goal.

The last two especially deserve a more detailed explanation, so here’s what gamers can expect once those final stretch goals are reached:

Tarakan – proof the Zone changes people. Tarakan is a man who spent many years in solitude. Who is he? What secrets is he hiding? The only sure thing is that he did not meet the main character by accident… He does not remember his true identity, and delusions combine in his head with solid scientific knowledge, making him a kind of techno-shaman. He thinks he is a cockroach competing with the mysterious King of Rats, whom he blames for his present condition. Thanks to Kickstarter support, it will be possible to recruit Tarakan to our team of stalkers and use his specific skills during the game’s missions.

The Red Forest – one of the most dangerous places in the Zone. The area of death in which the vegetation died and took on a reddish color. Due to the very high radiation, nobody ventures there any more… And that’s why it’s an excellent place for a group of settlers who are hiding from soldiers. The Red Forest is a huge level of exploration, filled with mysterious figures that hide from the world, despite the extremely high contamination.

If you’re hungry for more news from The Zone follow the game on Kickstarter, add it to your wishlist on Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1016800/Chernobylite/) and join the game’s Discord channel (https://discord.gg/mehRmzY) not to miss any updates about the development progress.


Chernobylite is a science-fiction survival horror experience from the team behind the critically-acclaimed Get Even. The game mixes the free exploration of its disturbing world with challenging combat, unique crafting, and non-linear storytelling.
•    Explore the beautiful and horrifyingly accurate 3D-scanned recreation of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone;
•    Collaborate or compete with other stalkers of the Zone. But whatever you do, never fully trust them. Remember everybody has a hidden agenda. Always.
•    Face and survive the natural and supernatural threats;
•    Immerse yourself in the non-linear, thrilling, science-fiction horror story;
•    Make good use of your physics and chemistry knowledge to craft your equipment and manage your supplies;
•    Fight against the savage creatures pouring out of an alternate reality;
•    Investigate and collect data with a set of sophisticated environment and substance-analyzing tools.
Chernobylite is currently under development and on its way to PCs and consoles. The game is now collecting funds on Kickstarter in order to expand and improve the depth of its free-roam exploration. More information about the title can be found on the official website (http://www.chernobylgame.com/), SteamFacebookInstagramYouTube and Twitter.
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