Generation Zero killer robots roaming the forest

[Update #2]: Generation Zero studio is now working on a challenging open world action-roguelite - Ravenbound.

[Update]: Generation Zero's incoming April 2022 Base Assault update will start the big push against the robots.

Generation Zero is a recently released FPS set in 1980's Sweden where killer robots roam the land and hunt for any remaining human survivors. As you might expect from that alone, you'll spend most of your time in Generation Zero hiding from hordes of robots, collecting a variety of loot and resources in order to keep yourself going, and naturally, blasting apart one robotic menace after another.

You can get a pretty good idea of what all of this looks like in gameplay terms through one of the previews down below. The video is a bit old, but I'd say it gets the point across quite nicely. Have a gander:

As for whether Generation Zero is any good, that's a bit of a tricky question to answer. While the gunplay is immensely satisfying and the robots themselves quite interesting to look at, Generation Zero has a big problem with repetition and a lack of focus. I wouldn't exactly recommend you play it in singleplayer as you'll likely get bored before too long, but if you can grab it at a discount and wrangle a friend to play with you, Generation Zero can be a good bit of fun.

So if you're curious, you can learn more about Generation Zero, as well as keep an eye on any future sales or updates, over at Steam