Ukraine-based Stalker 2 developer GSC Game World has requested members of the games industry to “help those in need,” in reference to Russia launching a navy assault on Ukraine immediately (February 24).
In a Steam post for the game Stalker 2: Heart Of Chernobyl, GSC Game World mentioned “as of today, the Russian Federation has officially declared war on Ukraine. Our country woke up with the sounds of explosions and weapons fire, but is ready to defend its freedom and independence, for it remains strong and ready for anything. The future is unknown, but we hope for the best, [and are] ever sure of our Armed Forces and our belief in Ukraine.”
“We thus address all of our colleagues in the gaming industry — players, bloggers or anyone who sees this post in their newsfeed: share this, do not stand aside and help those in need,” added the developer.
The publish then gives a hyperlink to a particular support account that may permit donations to be despatched to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The account is multi-currency and was created and opened for the switch of funds from worldwide companions and donors.
The Russian Federation has declared battle on Ukraine.
The future is unknown, however we’re positive of our Armed Forces and nation.
We ask all: don’t stand apart and assist those in want.
Support the Armed Forces of Ukraine:
— S.T.A.L.Okay.E.R. OFFICIAL (@stalker_thegame) February 24, 2022
“Through pain, death, war, fear and inhuman cruelty, Ukraine will persevere. As it always does,” ends the weblog.
During the early hours of February 24, Russia declared battle on Ukraine and commenced firing rockets and sending troops – together with tanks and plane – throughout the border and into the nation.
Many NATO nations have introduced that they are going to impose sanctions and have declared that they stand with Ukraine.
GSC Game World is predicated in Kyiv, which has been reportedly hit by airstrikes which have killed at the very least 10 civilians, in accordance to the BBC. A Ukrainian presidential advisor mentioned that greater than 40 troopers had died, and dozens extra had been wounded. Ukraine claims to have killed 50 Russian troops and shot down six Russian plane, however the BBC couldn’t confirm this.