It is 2020. After the fall of Eurozone in 2014 and huge financial crisis, the Ukraine never finished the new sarcophagus for the Chernobyl Power Plant. With the old Dome constantly decaying, the radiation levels were increasing and very soon the zone was declared off limits to civilians – and closed. Shortly it became a shelter for escaping criminals, army deserters and all the society-unwanted scum. Dangerous, inhabited by potential targets and officially closed, the Zone became an ideal testing ground for military and private contractors. Combat equipment, weapons and electronics – tested by small teams or even standalone mercs.
In time, private TV stations became interested in transmitting these “reconnaissance” – the higher the body-count, the better the payment. As illegal as they were, these shows scored millions of views.
The player is one of the mercenaries sent into the Zone. Officially he is to test the radiation levels around and inside the Plant. Unofficially he is to test the latest in the illegally modified combat technology. Since he is the first who may make it alive through the Plant interiors, his mission has been handsomely paid for by the Death TV – and they hope for a good show, paying extra for every kill – the more gruesome, the higher the bid.
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
- Processor: Pentium Dual Code processor or similar
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: Video Adapter compatible with DirectX 9.0c (Pixel Shader 3) with 512 MB RAM