GSC Game World has announced a partnership with Epic Games, but apparently gamers should not be afraid of the exclusivity of EGS.
STALKER 2 developers announced that the game will bedo on the Unreal Engine. According to GSC Game World, Epic technologies are most suitable for implementing the team’s plans to create a tense atmosphere in the game. In addition, developers in December promised that they would simplify the life of the creators of modifications and Unreal Engine will help in this.
“This [engine] makes it possible to make a game withthe tense atmosphere and mystery of the STALKER universe. In addition, Unreal Engine is in good agreement with our goal - to make modding easier and more affordable. Custom modifications support the life of the Zone while we are busy creating a sequel, and we can’t be more grateful for this, ”the developers wrote on Twitter.
Gamers are already used to collaborating with EpicGames leads to subsequent exclusive agreements, but this time things may turn out differently. GSC themselves understand that the announcement looks suspicious and hastened to reassure the audience:
“Yes, we know what you think, but this announcement has nothing to do with platforms or digital stores. We will talk about it later"
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