Generation Zero is the newest title from Just Cause 3 developer, Avalanche Studios, but how does it measure up?
An open-world sci-fi FPS from Swedish studio, Avalanche, Generation Zero was announced last year, and is a four player co-op game set in an alternate timeline in 1980s Sweden, pitting humans against robots.
Scavenging is a part of the gameplay, as are tactics like stealth, and setting up ambushes for your mechanical adversaries.
The March release date was revealed back in January, along with a $80/£75/€80 Collector’s Edition that includes a cloth map, a t-shirt, a Dalecarlian (Dala) horse statue, concept art postcards, and a steelbook cover.
Generation Zero drops tomorrow on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and if you’re wondering whether it’s worth the modest sum of $40/£35/€40 for the Standard Edition on console, or $35/£30/€35 on PC, we’ve rounded up all of the review scores for you to take a gander at below.
As always, scores are out of 10 unless noted otherwise.
- Wccftech – 5
- The Games Machine [Italian] – 6
- God is a Geek – 8
- Eurogamer – No score
- Polygon – No score
- Destructoid – review in progress
Read more here: VG247