Generation Zero continues the fight to survive in Alpine Unrest

After a wee little bit of teasing, Avalanche Studios this week launched the first enlargement for Generation Zero. Alpine Unrest continues the post-apocalyptic Swedish survival shooter’s story of humanity’s battle towards lethal machines with a visit to a ski resort island. How very Christmassy.

“This is our first enlargement and a labour of affection for the staff,” Paul Keslin, Product Owner at Avalanche Studios, stated. “After launch we’ve been absorbing feedback from fans and started turning it into action.”

Generation Zero earned factors in our Generation Zero overview for a stellar idea, however Emily Richardson found little of substance beneath. One of Alpine Unrest’s most important options is the addition of fellow people struggling to eke out an existence on the island of Himfjäll, which might open up the chance for narrative improvement past extra audio logs and environmental dressing.

If you boot up Generation Zero to flip robots into smoking scrap by means of massive weapons, Alpine Unrest introduced a vacation reward for you, as effectively. New Apocalypse Class machines stalk the frozen climes surrounding Himfjäll, and the identify alone definitely advertises hellish battle. Worry not: heftier arsenal additions like machine weapons and computerized rifles will make sure you don’t present up fully unprepared.

All gamers can meet the new Apocalypse robots on the unique island with out shopping for the enlargement and might discover machine weapons too, as detailed in the patch notes.

Alpine Unrest is out now on Steam for £6.18/€7.99/$7.99, and on on PS4 and Xbox One too. The base recreation has a 20% low cost in the Steam sale proper now.