The campaign takes place in real and imaginary places of Prypiat. The development lasted more than three years. The campaign consists of four highly detailed levels, more than 200 models and 400 textures. An original soundtrack and sound design completely created for the occasion. Dniepr will be playable at the exit in four game modes: Cooperation, Versus, Survival.
First off, we want to say sorry for the recent lack of information on the progress of the game. Release in about a month!
Posted by Khelben on Apr 19th, 2013
First off, we want to say sorry for the recent lack of information on the progress of the game.
We've had to change our hosting provider, and that gave us a lot of trouble. Unfortunately, our web-sites are currently unavailable at the moment due to those issues.
Our second bad news is that Dniepr has been leaked, which mean that certain people already downloaded it, but make no mistake, it is NOT the final build of the game and the leak does not contain all of the functionalities of the final version.
If you find yourself in possession of a Dniepr archive, remember that this build is protected with a password that is fortunately still not cracked, and if you manage to open it anyway, that the game will be unstable and incomplete.
In any case, we would advise you to wait approximately a month for the official release of Dniepr.
Indeed, the last causes of our delay (due to ambiguous scripting in the source engine) have been resolved and beta-testing is almost completed, which mean that Dniepr is really close to its official release.
To help you guys wait just a bit longer, here's two screenshots of the last chapter (The first two we've posted for it.)
See you soon!
ps: by the time this news is posted, our new site will be online. You can visit it at Elseware-experience.com