KURSK: A First-Person Adventure About The Russian Submarine Incident

KURSK (Official site) is a video game that recreates a first-person adventure about the tragedy of the Russian submarine with the same name. The disaster, as we all know, occurred in 2000 and now comes as a video game to Linux natively brought by the Polish developers of Jujubee SA, although it will also be released for Mac and Windows on November 7 of this year. This video game has already been discussed in some conferences and they have also presented the video with the trailer that you can see at the beginning.

The graphic quality is good and the story behind it is based on real events and looks even better. The tragedy to which I refer is the explosion and the sinking with the crew of the crew of the nuclear submaniro K-141 Kursk, in the Barents Sea in August 2000. With the new video game you will be able to enter this adventure first-hand and be one of the crew members to experience everything that happened inside the submarine from a virtual world this time ...

It seems that the Russian government did not want to show too much the technology behind this submarine, since it was one of the most advanced and largest in the country, and there was talk that it was equipped with supercavitation torpedoes, a technology from Ukraine that made these torpredos unrivaled in terms of speed and range due to that effect that has to do with aerodynamics, generating cavitation or air bubbles that made it less resistant to advance underwater, since you know that water is a much denser fluid than air ...

If you are interested in this graphic adventure, you already know that you will be able to get it soon and its prefix will be about € 29,99, although you can get it with a discount of 15% if you put it on the wish list and pre-order it now in your online video game store Humble. With the discount the price will drop to 25,49. You can also add it to the wish list for Linux at your favorite Valve store, Steam. Buy it and start your quest to gather secret information about his supercavitation weapons called Shkal!

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  1.   Miguel said

    The Poles are traumatized by the Russians