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3 comments by Av3ris on Apr 8th, 2014

The Chernobyl-Team is proud of some very productive months since the last update, and so it's time again to share some parts of our work with you guys.

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After tying some loose ends, progress is really coming to a late stage on every aspect of the mod. In addition we've done internal playtests to verify the quality of the overall gameplay experience.

(Homepage of our Music Composer: Klick here)

It's safe to say there is still much fine-tuning to be done, and we are eager to concentrate on that from now on. For that purpose we are still searching for 3d-Designers, you'll never get enough custom models, right? So if you think you are skilled enough and can take part in this great project, you might consider applying for one of these positions.


But whatever your abilities are, if you think you can be an enrichment for the project, please contact us at av3ris[at] and don't forget to attach some of your past work.


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imakoo Sep 21 2013, 3:35am says:

Please don't let this project die. It looks really promising :) Keep up the good work!

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MtM0201 Jan 5 2014, 9:33am replied:

No worries, it is the end of the holiday season remember. We've been swamped with real life for the past few weeks haha.

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MtM0201 Sep 21 2013, 10:55pm replied:

we're constantly in the works, just going a bit slower with most members back in school again.

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Guest Oct 3 2013, 9:12am replied:

The fact that you responded to a comment is a relief. The project's still alive... I'm curious to see your final product. :D

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KrAkK Apr 20 2013, 8:04am says:

Some news soon?

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Av3ris Creator
Av3ris Apr 21 2013, 11:08am replied:

Indeed there will be a media update in the near future. Stay tuned ;)

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KrAkK Apr 24 2013, 7:51am replied:

Great! Keep going guys! Your work is just AWESOME !!!

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Stoudemire15 Mar 21 2013, 11:14am says:

I really hope this can be even much longer Campaign then any of the L4D2 maps that have release, recently now only Lambda, Claustrophobia and Resident Evil: File 1, Silent Hill, Back to School is by far one of the Longest Campaign as they have 6/6 and 7/7 Maps in total include the Finale. Hopefully, this can be much longest. Especially most the important the Atmosphere of Exclusion Zone, what happened after the 1986 Disasters. That are done in scratch not a rip off, but a completely independent design by yourself. Anyway, Good Luck and I wish you all the best, in the future letting us satisfied that all the work will not be in vain.


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Av3ris Apr 21 2013, 4:13pm replied:

Hello there ;) First of all, thanks for your comment. At the moment we are working on 6 maps and feel like that's exactly the right length for the campaign. We are trying to recreate the very intense atmosphere of the real Pripyat as good as possible, however it will still be Left4Dead2 and therefore the overall game experience will suffer from very long campaigns for the majority of players. Extended game time would require to the change game mechanics themselves to provide a "crescendo" until the finale. Even though you'll see some features regarding game play, the core mechanics will remain untouched. Nevertheless the overall play time is longer than in the official campaigns, so we are eager to fulfill your desires and hope to see more feedback from you in the future ;)

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Stoudemire15 Apr 24 2013, 5:49am replied:

Nice for you the reply as I thought you guys have abandoned the project or being in coma, even in the L4D Maps Website your comment box have being closed due to for the developer to write only, due to a lot of work focusing in the Public Life. Anyway, have you guys contacting with Elseware-experience ? Because they also creating Left 4 Dead Maps that are related also related in the Chernobyl Region, but with a different path by a River of Ukraine called Dniepr of a prequel getting to Chernobyl. It will be much enjoyment if this campaign can be like The Passing as is like the Survivors of L4D meeting Survivors of L4D2 trying to contacting with helicopter of sacrificing one of the member to complete it. If can, a lot of people will be very satisfying. Also, Keep up the good work. Thank you.


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Av3ris Creator
Av3ris Apr 26 2013, 7:01pm replied:

Hey there again ;) The L4D-Maps- comment box was closed due to some trolls fooling around there. At the moment we aren't in contact with the Elseware-Experience-Team and we don't plan to collaborate with them, because we have very special plans regarding the story and characters of our campaign and can't really accept any trade offs resulting from combining two campaigns. I'm sorry for that. However thanks for your comment and your accolade ;)


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