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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-18-2019, 08:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Chernobylite: anyone try it?

Chernobylite looks a lot like STALKER maybe because it's set in the same alienation zone but it definitely has some twists. The graphics are much improved over STALKER from the gameplay video I saw. So has anyone actually played it yet?

Here's a hands-on gameplay video of Chernobylite:

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I didn't know about it. Thanks for mentioning. It does look pretty interesting, and the graphics are very nice. I'm not going to play it now because I have other games to go through at the moment, but it's a definite add-to-wishlist.

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Are any of the artists, animators or programmers from STALKER are involved in Chernobylite?
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So this post has made me wonder about a question I've had but never asked. If you buy an early access game when the full game releases do you get upgraded or do you have to pay the full price for the full version?

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So this post has made me wonder about a question I've had but never asked. If you buy an early access game when the full game releases do you get upgraded or do you have to pay the full price for the full version?
You don't have to pay anything extra. You get the full game.

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You don't have to pay anything extra. You get the full game.



Cool thanks. I may try this game out then

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Quote: Originally Posted by smilinjohn View Post
So this post has made me wonder about a question I've had but never asked. If you buy an early access game when the full game releases do you get upgraded or do you have to pay the full price for the full version?
Best way to think of it is you're pre-ordering the game, and the beta access is the pre-order bonus.

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