Krai Mira, spiritual successor to Fallout, will get an Extended Cut version in April

IMGN.PRO and TallTech Studios announced today that Krai Mira, the spiritual successor to Fallout, will receive an Extended Cut version this April. In order to celebrate this announcement, IMGN.PRO released some new screenshots that can be viewed below.

Krai Mira is a post-apocalyptic isometric RPG, takes huge inspiration from genre classics like Fallout 1 and Fallout 2. In order to survive in Krai Mira, the player needs to be cunning, ruthless, and use their survival skills.

This Extended Cut version of Krai Mira features rich new content that promises to enhance the experience as the developers implemented interactive help and tips, new inventory view and UI adjustments. Players will also find many new items, including high level armor and advanced cures. Players will also meet more dangerous creatures and much more random encounters.

At the same time the developers have added new localizations (French, Polish, and German), tons of new dialogue lines, and smarter AI. The player will also find new locations: the monastery, catacombs, “Lake” laboratory complex, ancient ruins, and more. So you can be sure of the fact, that Krai Mira: Extended Cut is carefully polished – the developers also took care of bugs, balance and optimization fixes.

Krai Mira: Extended Cut will be out April 4th.

The new content will be available for free to all existing owners (thanks Sabin Figaro).


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