Day R l Version: 1.367 | Size: 49MB Developers: GM_Shaber | Language: English
To survive in the post-nuclear Soviet – conquer hunger, disease and enemies! Also online!
– Hardcore survival:
hunger, radiation, thirst, injury, illness will not let you relax.
– Living World:
Seasons Change, monsters, huge map of the Soviet Union with more than 2,500 unique city.
– Weight capacity:
Hundreds of craft, dozens of quests, plenty of weapons, armor, allies.
Mechanics, medicine, chemistry, driving, cooking, firearms, explosives and more!
Online chat mode, parcels and joint combat.
War never changes. In 1985, the Soviet Union fell to the unknown enemy. Within days, the entire country into a radioactive wasteland – now here reign of violence, hunger and disease. Horrible mutant monsters roam the ruins of the Soviet cities and looking for someone to satisfy his hunger. The brutality of the survivors do not know the limit – Equipped found weapons, the bandits attack the sedentary inhabitants, robbing them, killing and raping.
Causes of the war no one knows and no one is no longer interested in – the survivors, like a zombie, driven by hunger and hatred only.
You – a survivor. Your destiny and your survival is in your hands. There is no one to help in your battle with the radioactive wasteland, animals, hunger and crazy people. You’re looking for answers to questions that no one cares, but that influence – whether humanity will survive or undergo final extinction. The fight against disease, hunger and enemies will require you to develop your skills, improve the craft, medicine, driving, survival skills, fishing and cooking desert, to carry out tasks on quests.
Get ready for a truly hardcore – survival in post-apocalyptic post-nuclear Soviet Union more difficult than it seems. It will be a real challenge even in the sandbox. These masters can experience the hardcore, surviving in the “As in life.”
When you stop, like a zombie, losing the race with death, other survivors will wait for you in the cooperative – Online mode allows you to survive together in the face of difficult challenges when chatting and sending each other packages.
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