An archive published by nevajno1kto, a blogger who goes under the pseudonym “nevajno1kto”, includes an early build of STALKER Shadow of Chernobyl for console. This is an early version that was developed by a third-party studio and managed by GSC Game World.
The archive has a greater than 4GB volume and contains the game. There is also an instruction manual for its launch, as well as some helpful information. Telegram users noted that the current version of the game is not compatible with AMD Radeon graphics cards. The gamer is then immediately taken to their desktop when they exit.
This archive contains an assembly that supports the gamepad. It has many differences from the regular version. It includes an updated interface, a redesigned inventor, tips for controller control, animations and gameplay changes.
According to the source, this version is being worked on in parallel with STALKER 2. It is based upon a modified X-Ray Engine.
Although it is unclear if this is a console build or fan modification, blogger nevajno1kto insists that he is not misleading the public. The assembly can be downloaded here.
It was earlier reported that STALKER 2 Heart of Chornobyl had received new screenshots.