"Ukrainian developer GSC Game World, best known for the STALKER series, is apparently struggling. While details are sketchy, it is rumored that GSC owner Sergei Grigorovich informed staff last Friday that there were plans to close the studio. Since these rumors have started, news from over the weekend and on Monday now indicate that some sort of an effort is on the way for the studio to continue. While Twitter reports initially denied the entire thing, those have since been replaced with Tweets indicating that the studio was going to do its best to continue, and nothing is certain yet."
According to the latest press release the S.T.A.L.K.E.R Call of Pripyat will show its face on North America shelves on February 2nd 2010.
Viva Media, bitcomposer and GSC Game World have announced that the sequel of Shadow of Chernobyl, a quite good and popular first person shooter willl show up on North American shelves on February 2nd 2010. As you may already know, the game was released on November 5th but only for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, while the rest of the Europe, Australia and the USA will share the same February release fate.
We have to give AMD a lot of credit for being the first with DirectX 9, DirectX 10.1 and now with DirectX 11. Radeon HD5870 does support DirectX 11, but when it comes to games that support it, there are still not out.
Dirt 2 PC version is postponed, and now we are hearing that Stalker DirectX 11 version is also pushed at least to January 2010. The bad thing for ATI is that Nvidia should also have its DirectX 11 card before the end of the year.
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