The creators of this page are responsible for the translation from Russian to English only, and not for any other development on Last Day.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Last Day is a S.T.A.L.K.E.R. mod pack based on Call of Misery and version 1.4.22 of Call of Chernobyl, originally created by the Eastern S.T.A.L.K.E.R. community. It includes several addons previously unknown to the majority of the western S.T.A.L.K.E.R. community, such as MLR, which adds a lot of new characters and tasks, Outfit Marauder, adding lootable outfits on fallen stalkers, or an extended edition of Outfit Addon, adding not only outfits and helmets already present in the regular version of Outfit Addon, but also several variants of all types of apparel: regular, worn, and damaged.
Below is a flowchart detailing various projects from which Last Day derives. It is recommended to experience these first.
Fairly simple. These files need to be installed into a single directory, in order.
The mod runs standalone, meaning it should be installed on its own without being combined with Call of Chernobyl or Call of Misery.
The translation for Last Day is still undergoing active development, so please take into consideration the fact that it is not yet fully complete. Nevertheless, the mod is completely playable with what there is, and the PDA network feature, as well as text from the AWR addon, are all that remains. Help is appreciated, and any feedback concerning the writing is welcome. The translation also has a repository on GitHub.
An older version of Last Day is available here:
Here is a full list of addons and features included in Last Day:
Additionally, there are new models for NPCs and mutants, new artifacts, new mutant parts, new consumables, a simulated PDA network, stash descriptions (like in Shadow of Chernobyl), new icons, new music, new radio tracks, changes in prices, PDA tabs from Call of Chernobyl 1.5 (relations, encyclopedia etc.), and more.
As most of you know, Last Day is a modpack based on Call of Misery. Call of Misery by itself hasn’t been worked on for quite a while, but for a good reason: the main developer – Lanforse, along with his team – were busy with another project, and information about it was kept in secret throughout its development. However, recently, a new post was made in the official VK group for Call of Misery, containing over 80 various videos, demonstrating the features of the previously named ‘post-release’ and now ‘Dead Air’ project.
Dead Air is a global modification based on Call of Chernobyl that changes all aspects of the game, starting from graphics, audio, special effects, and ending with various gameplay and AI features. The modification evolves from the ideas started in the author's previous project: Call of Misery. The major inspirations for Dead Air were projects such as NLC, MISERY, Autumn Aurora, and OGSE. Dead Air prioritizes the development of the platform's potential, gameplay complexity, and attention to details, along with working on both quality and quantity of content.
Article originally written by bi0nicman
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Highest Rated (7 agree) 10/10
A Really polished and difficult Mod. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys other Russian mods like Joint Pak 2 and Stalkersoup.
The modpack is well on its way being a must for a Call of Misery installation.
Look forward to updates, Thanks.
Oct 29 2017 by Coconut2024