Well, after a fairly straightforward “Russian gamers follow the russian warship!” from GSC Game World, offended wannabe cyber terrorists leaked an archive of 16 GB of stolen data from S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chornobyl. Apparently, this is only the first part. Of course, we do not provide links to the archive, as well as materials from it.
What was leaked:
- Map of the game world with locations and markers;
- Design documents, artbooks, concepts, etc.;
- Some information about future DLC;
- Description of plot items and plot cutscenes;
- Apparently the actual plot of the game with spoilers;
- Details of the game world;
- Seems like evidence that the developers are using material from the canceled 2011 S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 (and they had to throw everything away? why?);
- Screenshots from various images of the game;
- Other working materials.
The editorial team of Mezha once again hint to GSC Game World that it is worth permanently removing from the game any russian localization that still remained there. Idiots don’t need games, idiots need attention. Delete and completely forget about them.
Certainly, this leak could hurt the sales of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, so we urge readers not to pay attention to the materials presented and not to distribute them under any circumstances.
We will remind, on March 12 it became known, that some russian “hacker” group leaked about 30 GB of operational data of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chornobyl. The attackers blackmailed GSC Game World, demanding an apology for the “bad treatment” of russian players. The same day, the studio responded in the spirit of “We do not negotiate with terrorists”.
P.S. We remind the developers, it is not too late to add these “good” Russians to the game.