Road to Vostok Dev Boasts of Elaborate Animations and Weapon Sounds
The developer of Road to Vostok has posted a video demonstrating the game's animations and realistic sounds. They are already highly polished, although the release of „Finnish STALKER” is still about two years away.
A survival post-apocalyptic FPS developed by one person, Road to Vostok looks very promising. If the game has piqued your interest and you are impatiently awaiting the promised demo, announced for the third quarter of 2022, then you will certainly like the following video, which the author of "Finnish STALKER" - as some call the game - published two days ago on the Road to Vostok channel on YouTube.
In just over three minutes of footage (below) a number of animations are demonstrated - mainly reloading weapons and shooting. They are very polished, although the title is not due for release until 2024. Also quite impressive are realistic sounds that the presented pistols and rifles make.
As a reminder, let me add that Road to Vostok is being developed on the Unity engine and is being created exclusively with PC in mind. The game already has its own page on Steam, where its minimum system requirements are available.
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