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STALKER Call of Chernobyl 1.4.12 available for download, featuring new maps, gameplay systems & more [UPDATE]

TeamEPIC has released a brand new version of its free-play sandbox Call of Chernobyl mod for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat. In case you weren’t aware of, STALKER Call of Chernobyl features 32 explorable maps, reworked level design and level fixes, new original level, trucks cemetery, full AI and A-Life overhaul, as well as engine and script enhancements.

This mod also comes with a repeatable task system which bases itself on A-Life events, customizable weather environments for every map as well as surges and psi-storms from AF3, character creation which includes name, portrait and faction selection; several optional modes such as Ironman mode, story mode and zombie survival mode, new achievements, rankings and reputation system, PDA leaderboard and enhanced PDA statistics, as well as a companion system with keyboard issued commands, many optional side-features and community-made addons.

Its latest version, 1.4.12, is 3GB in size and contains many texture optimizations and *.thm fixes over 1.4. The team recommends completely deleting version 1.4 (in case you have it already installed). Furthermore, Call of Chernobyl 1.4.12 is not compatible with any addons made for older versions.

Those interested can download the mod from here.

Have fun!


Apparently ModDB messed things up. The latest version is 1.5 R6 that you can download from here.

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