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The Red Forest is an area present in STALKER Shadow of Chernobyl and Clear Sky. It is name so because of how the trees' color have turned bright red because of extreme radiation.
Originally called Wormwood Forest before the disaster, the Red Forest held two of the most direct routes leading to Pripyat, and led to an abandoned military base that housed the Brain Scorcher. The forest itself is one of the most dangerous areas in the Zone. Even if one were to survive or evade the numerous Monolith patrols and zomibified stalker hordes; the roaming mutant packs made sure that no stalker gets through without a tough fight. This was, however, assuming one can even avoid being killed by the Scorcher.
Incase you haven't heard yet, the entire S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series
is on sale on Bundlestars.com for a week. For those who don't know;
Bundlestars is a popular, independently-owned publisher based in
the UK, who sells indie game bundles and individual copies at
incredibly low prices that…
The S.T.A.L.K.E.R. wikia is now accepting data entries for popular
mods, the first of which will be Lost Alpha, other mods such as:
Priboi story, Misery, the Complete series, and Oblivion Lost, will
be included once preparations for their inclusion is complete.
Happy new year, fellow stalkers. Have a prosperous year
Here's to hoping something good happens to the still stalled
development of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 and if not, well there's Survarium,
an upcoming F2P (Yes I know and just try to suspend your current
belief that F2P games often end up badly) op…
After GSC Game World was dissolved by Sergei Grigorovich for
reasons only the gods would know, the development team of GSC,
consisting of more than 200 people, has moved onto greener
pastures, the most prominent of whom, chose to continue developing