Generation: Zero is a first-person shooter in an open world, set in 1980s Sweden, which The local population has disappeared, and hostile machines roam the streets. You job is to explore the world, finding clues, and surviving against the killer robots. You can play the game in single mode or online multiplayer mode.
You can go through the main quest in about three hours and never go back. If you just run further and further into the map. There are lots of plots in every identical house and maybe the pleasure for the game is to search for clues or some random intel item that will advance the plot in every house.
Generation Zero Gameplay
Weapon variety is interesting (due to alot being Swedish army guns we rarely see in most typical shooters) and the gunplay has a great feel to it, animations of the guns and the sounds are really impactful. But ultimately the same-ish feel of the combat will start hitting you hard a few hours into the game as you literally run the gameplay loop I mentioned above with a couple fights against really spongey enemies (unless the starting ones which are one shot kills if you hit the weak spot).
Some enemies look great, very Metal Gear like, in a good way: scary and huge. And stealth comes into play here, and is a competent system. Escaping a place full of robots feels great, at the same time that their detection system is ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t will make you feel frustrated. This example applies to bunkers: bunkers are guarded both outside and inside. If you enter stealthily, you’ll need to still fight to clear the inside of the bunker to reclaim it as a safehouse (the game’s way of having checkpoints/spawn locations); so you clear the bunker and you can run around now, except you can’t because enemies above will hear you and you’ll have this constant annoying little detection meter going berserk and the enemies outside above you are running crazy and you just want to explore the bunker at your own pace. The detection meter is something that never can be turned off, so for immersion purposes, you’re screwed because that thing will pop when you so much as get up from the crounched stealth position and you can’t turn off your HUD pretty much at all.
Let’s look at the walkthrough and gameplay on Youtube below
GENERATION ZERO [PS4 PRO] Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 (No Commentary)
Generation Zero Pc/Controller Gameplay
Generation Zero Shooting Gameplay
Generation Zero Gameplay Full Game Part 1
Generation Zero Full Game Part 2
Generation Zero is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Mar 26, 2019.
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