Chernobylite will come to console in September.
It has been announced that Chernobylite will be released on console later this year. According to the game's developer, The Farm 51, the title will release for console on September 7th (via GameSpot). The game will be available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. There will also be a physical edition of the game for the PlayStation 4. The physical edition will include a physical map, digital artbook, and a number of other bonuses.
Chernobylite has been available on Steam through Early Access since October 29th, 2019. The game will fully release for PC on July 28th. Ahead of the the game's PC release, a final patch was released. The patch makes a number of fixes and quality of life improvements. The team deeply optimized the performance of the CPU, which should help the game run much smoother with a high number of enemies on the screen. A loading bar that informs the player of the game loading progress was added. The patch also added two community driven languages: Hungarian and Ukrainian. The patch notes and all of the changes and fixes can be seen here.
Chernobylite is a RPG survival horror game from the creators of the critically-acclaimed Get Even. The game is a science-fiction survival horror experience that mixes free exploration of its disturbing world and non-linear storytelling with strong RPG mechanics. Players will need to make choices and experience the consequences hours later. Gamers will play as a physicist, one of the Chernobyl Power Plant's ex-employees. They will investigate the disappearance of their beloved as they try to survive and reveal the Exclusion one's twisted secrets. Players need to remember that military's presence is not their only concern.
Chernobylite is available for PC through Early Access. The game will fully release on July 28th. The game will then come to console on September 7th.