Generation Zero, Avalanche Studio’s upcoming game that includes a bleak Scandinavian panorama populated by monumental killer robots, has a launch date. And it’s not all that distant. In truth, you’ll be capable to get your hand on the game in simply over two months.
In a press launch issued earlier at this time, the Just Cause builders confirmed that Generation Zero will launch on March 26, 2019. If you’re already offered, you possibly can pre-order the game now, granting your character a group of beauty customisations. A collector’s version of the game can be accessible, that includes a steelbook, material map of the world, and a statue, but it surely’s price noticing that’ll set you again greater than twice the price of the game by itself.
It’s a comparatively fast turnaround, provided that the primary we heard about Generation Zero was simply earlier than E3 final 12 months. Since then, we’ve not seen all that a lot – a closed beta took place in October, but it surely was restricted to 100,000 gamers and solely ran for 4 days.
That stated, Jules and Matt bought to have a look, and came away relatively impressed. There have been just a few hiccups related to that early construct, however I’m going to imagine they’ll have been achieved away with because of additional testing, and in any other case the pair had loads to say concerning the game’s Scandi aesthetic.
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It’ll be attention-grabbing to see how the Swedish countryside feels as a setting, however I’m additionally trying ahead to the game’s sense of reminiscence. Any time you run into an enormous robotic, it’s price taking just a few pot-shots – armor, limbs, and different essential elements can fall out of your foes, they usually’ll bear the scars of your encounters the subsequent time you run into them.