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Generation Zero developers tease a new FPS game

Generation Zero developers tease a new FPS game

Look at this beautiful winter scene: a shelter amidst the snowfall. Now take heed to it, as a result of the cave is stuffed with some horrible monsters, it appears. It’s an excellent temporary teaser for the following sport from the studio that created Generation Zero. It seems to be an FPS with a attainable horror bent, given the infested cave of screeching somethings.

Today’s teaser is a fast one, only a gradual zoom on a scary cave after which a number of fast flashes inside as we see a gun-wielding character shoot up some bloody beasties in first individual. Might it’s an outright horror sport? Possibly, although Avalanche Studios are higher recognized for motion. Perhaps it’ll be a Doom Eternal-esque motion run and gun bonanza. In their announcement as we speak, Avalanche say they’re “paying homage to our rich history of open world games” so I believe that regardless of the darkish, enclosed cave of the teaser we’ll be exploring a bigger world in no matter this new sport is.

Avalanche Studios, whom you’ll know for the Just Cause and Rage collection, introduced that this unnamed venture will likely be developed by their newly-matured offspring studio. Now named Systemic Reaction, that is the crew that labored on Generation Zero. According to Emily Richardson’s Generation Zero overview, the marginally spooky robotic capturing FPS journey didn’t stay as much as its potential. Now although, Generation Zero has been mounted, says Alex Wiltshire, due to a variety of bug fixes and a brand new space added by means of DLC. Hopefully Systemic Reaction have realized loads from their time shoring up their final launch and are prepared to stay the touchdown on this one.

Avalanche Studios Group say they at present have a number of video games in growth between their three studios: the unique Avalanche, Systemic Reaction, and Expansive Worlds. Right now, that’s all we learn about this specific venture.

Avalanche are additionally celebrating with a Steam sale on all of their video games together with the Just Cause video games, Rage collection, Mad Max, and extra.

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