“Seadornavirus is a genus of viruses, in the family Reoviridae, in the subfamily Sedoreovirinae.”
(Virus Taxonomy, 2018 release)

“Sedoreovirinae family viruses has been isolated from Aedes, Anopheles and Culex Mosquitopopulations, recently a new unidentified virus strain classified as V1V3 (Virus category 1, Viral grade 3) has been shown to cause infection in humans.”
(Journal of Virology, November 2018)

“There were 7 confirmed cases of V1V3 virus disease reported in the first week of February, 2 in Europe, 3 in North America and 2 in Africa. The total number of confirmed cases has been revised up to 23.”
(CNN, February 15th 2019)

“Those who are infected by V1V3 display symptoms such as lethargic movement, loss of pleasure, language dysfunction, amnesia and the inability to suppress hunger and aggression.”
(The Daily Telegraph, April 2nd 2019)

“Officials in Washington reported the first confirmed image of a V1V3 victim who rose from the dead.”
(The Washington Post, June 4th 2019)

“This was CNN last planned transmission … Keep safe, stay alive and pray! God bless you.”
(CNN, July 12th 2019)

“This is an all-frequency message. My name is Jeremy Stanford. I am a biochemical military researcher and I am working on a vaccine against the mutated Seadornavirus, commonly known as V1V3. If you are hearing this message, please answer the radio. I need help. Together we can end this plague… this nightmare.”
(Jeremy Stanford, October 17th 2019)

Somewhere… along the way, you meet three friends who have joined the cause and will help you to find source of that radio message.