All in! Games and The Farm 51 have announced a small delay for upcoming survival horror RPG Chernobylite from early to late September.
Set in a “hyper-realistic” 3D scanned version of Chernobyl’s infamous Exclusion Zone, you play as Igor. He’s a physicist returning to Pripyat to investigate the mysterious disappearance of his his fiancée 30 years ago. He’ll have to contend with a hostile military presence, other stalkers and supernatural creatures during his investigation.
A statement from All In!’s CEO Piotr Zygadlo explained the delay. “We at All In! Games pride ourselves in setting high standards for all our releases and are pleased with the games that we have published this year. Incidentally, due to some unforeseen issues with the console build, we decided to slightly delay the launch of Chernobylite until it gets resolved.”
The game originally launched on PC last month and was intended to launch on consoles in early September, but will now launch on September 28. You can check out a trailer below and Chernobylite will be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. A physical version will also be available for the PlayStation 4 on October 1.