Sometimes the adventure / walking simulator genre can be full of nice surprises, but there are also cases of games that are maybe a bit too ambitious for the studio behind it. Kursk is one of these titles. Wanting to propose a visually realistic experience is of course something that should be praised, but sadly, when the animations and gameplay mechanics end up so clunky and dated, it's a lot more difficult to feel immersed and be interested in the story the developers want to tell. For now, the game is too poorly optimized to be recommended, as even our GTX 1080 Ti struggles in 1080p.