SWAN Gets a New Documentary Video on Chernobyl Disaster


Volframe and Art Games Studio S.A. have just released the documentary video for their upcoming title SWAN. The plot story of the game refers to the Chernobyl disaster and unknown diseases.

To commemorate the 34th anniversary of the explosion at the Nuclear Power Plant, developers have published a special video introducing the game world. The game is being developed by Volframe which is an independent Polish studio.

Take a look at the documentary video below:

This title refers to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster (Ukraine), which took place on April 26, 1986. In order to commemorate the 34th anniversary of the tragedy, the developers have now published the special and stylized documentary video material, which brings player into the world of the game.

CEO of Art Games S.A. Jakub Bąk had this to say,

S.W.A.N. is an intriguing project that defies schemes. If we were to make some kind of genre classification, the best term here would be the psychological FPS horror with elements of logical game and science fiction. Players can count on unique, full of disturbing and surreal elements story referring to both the Chernobyl disaster and the fascinating motive of unknown diseases.


The title of the game comes from the abbreviation which means Syndrome Without A Name and refers directly to unknown and very rare diseases. The game will present the history of the secret program in the S.W.A.N. Institute located in the Exclusion Zone around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. After the disaster, the situation completely gets out of control, and in the next year a group of scientists organizes a research and rescue expedition.

S.W.A.N. – main features:

  • secrets of Chernobyl;
  • psychological horror with science fiction elements;
  • fascinating story;
  • rare and unknown diseases;
  • abstract puzzles;
  • Exclusion Zone around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant;
  • stylish audiovisual setting.

SWAN is expected to release on PC via Steam in the first quarter of 2021. The game is also planned for a release on the Nintendo Switch that will come later after the PC release. Post your comments below.

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