Modders Have Been Stalking This Game For A Long While
S.T.A.L.K.E.R was originally released in March of 2007 and has had two sequels since, but that is not what the majority of the fans are playing. Modders have been taking advantage of the release of the X-Ray Engine source code and an agreement from the company to allow people to make us of it to create a wide variety of mods, which Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN lists here.
The newest and one of the most impressive mods is Anomaly, which you can grab from MODDB in it’s complete form, no need to go out and purchase one of the older games if you don’t already have them. It combines the areas from all three games into a huge map and adds a long list of new features and tweaks, not to mention a complete story to play through.
Check out RPS to get an idea of what you would be getting yourself into.
Free, standalone, polished and stuffed with irradiated promise, here’s why Anomaly is a must-play whether you’re new to Pripyat or know it like the back of your hand.
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