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Stalker Console Port Leaked, Allegedly Due To GSC's "Discrimination Against Russians"

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As with any such conflict, Russia's invasion of Ukraine comes with its own propaganda to justify the horrific events. And no matter what this propaganda communicates, all that matters in the end is that innocent people continue to be killed and displaced.

Like many in the region, the developers at GSC Game World have been affected by the war, and had therefore put Stalker 2 on hold.

While development on the sequel has now resumed, the rumoured console port of Stalker: Shadow of Chernobyl has been leaked. There's nothing surprising about leaks in the video game industry, but this leak came along with a rather bizarre document which could either be some form of propaganda or just the result of someone sitting in the safety of their home, not realizing that missiles are being targeted at Ukrainian cities.

RELATED: Here Are Ukrainian Video Game Studios You Can Support Right Now According to PCGamer, this letter is written by a Russian streamer going by 'Nevazhno, Kto' and 'Velichaishii' – translating to 'It doesn't matter who' and 'The greatest', respectively.

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