Generation Zero is an open-world action game set in 1980's Sweden, where hostile machines have invaded the serene countryside. This is just the latest in a series of announcements surrounding Avalanche, the most recent being that it has been acquired by one of the world's oldest film companies and that it is now co-developing Rage 2 alongside id Software.
Generation Zero finds survivors trying to survive while deadly machines hunt them down across a large open-world. Go it alone, or team up with up to three friends in seamless co-op multiplayer. A tweet from Avalanche Studio founder Christian Sundberg stated that the game would be revealed today, and heavily implies we'll see more at E3 next week.
The game features an open-world environment with a full day/night cycle and unpredictable weather.
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Get Ready. Then Fight Back.All enemies are persistently simulated in the world, and roam the landscape with intent and objective.
Generation Zero will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2019. Players will also be able to fearless Generation Zero's dangers alone or with up to three friends in seamless co-op, and the game will utilize a persistent day/night cycle along with procedurally generated enemy types that will hunt and pursue players with goal. The good news is, once you destroy or injure an enemy, it's permanent. Players will be able to utilize "guerrilla tactics" and trap, lure, and destroy enemies throughout various skirmishes. And since the robots are roaming the landscape looking for you, it might not be too long before you run into them again.
Talking about Generation Zero in the PCGN office has quickly brought us to the description "open world Left for Dead with robots", and I think that's not far from what we'll end up with.