Former STALKER Devs Announce Fear the Wolves

Posted February 08, 2018

The game will also feature another "intense and original game mode" that will apprently "bring a fierce new twist to the genre".

Vostok Games was initially founded in 2012 by the former employees of GSC Game World, which was best known for the Cossacks and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. game franchises before they ultimately shut down. In it, players who are either by themselves or part of a squad, attempt to be the last man (or group) standing out of 100 players and survive the harsh environment of Chernobyl, where the game takes place.

Fear The Wolves was revealed at Focus Home Interactive's annual press event, Le What's Next de Focus. It will be releasing on unspecified consoles and PC later this year.

Fear the Wolves does not yet have a concrete release date, but Focus Home Interactive is promising that the game will release sometime in 2018. As a post-apocalyptic game, Fear the Wolves will threaten players with deadly anomalies and dynamically-changing weather on top of its day and night cycle.

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There's also a mention of special "protective gear" that lets players explore "off-limit zones", so it appears as though the effects of nuclear fallout will play an active role in the matches.

Prior to launch, PC players can look forward to getting hands-on with the game through Early Access.

In order to get the win, players will need to worry about a lot more than other survivors out in the field.

Fear the Wolves is a first-person battle royale set in radiation-ravaged Chernobyl. Oh, and apparently there are mutated creatures prowling the wasteland.

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