The game Generation Zero is a formulaic combination of elements made solid as a video game for several platforms. In the first trailer you’ll feel the culmination of several 1980’s-vibe properties – like Stranger Things, Guardians of the Galaxy, etcetera. You’ll also see a game that should remind you of PUBG. The game isn’t described as working the same as PUBG, but as PUBG is the biggest game in this genre (cooperation FPS, outside of Fortnite), that’s what people will think.
The coolest part about this game isn’t its synthesizer backing audio or its 1980’s setting – nay! It’s the fact that you’re not just shooting at other human beings. You don’t have to murder your buddy if you don’t want to – nobody’s gonna make you do that here!
“All enemies are persistently simulated in the world, and roam the landscape with intent and purpose,” said the creators of this game at Avalanche. “When you manage to destroy a specific enemy component, be it armor, weapons or sensory equipment, the damage is permanent. Enemies will bear those scars until you face them again, whether that is minutes, hours or weeks later.”
That’s what we’re looking for! Now, if only it could be augmented reality, and have a notch on its display, and have a headphone jack, or whatever. What’s that you say? This isn’t a smartphone, so nobody cares if it follows trends? Thank goodness! Have a dive in to this game in a brief introduction here:
This game is called Generation Zero, and it’s made by the folks at Avalanche Studios. That’s the same team that made Just Cause, and they’re bringing their sandbox knowhow to the streets of 80’s Sweden in Generation Zero for a release in 2019. This game will launch on PS, PS4, and Xbox One next year. But I want it right NOW!