Systemic Reaction, a creative division within Avalanche Studios Group, has revealed their second expansion for their first-person co-op RPG, Generation Zero, set to launch at the end of June 2020, for PC and consoles.
Set to release on June 23rd, 2020, the FNIX Update and expansion for Generation Zero will be available for $7.99 and will be the second expansion for the game. The new expansion will be available on PC via Steam and consoles later this summer.
The FNIX Rising expansion will bring the narrative of Generation Zero to life in a bigger way than before, including a revamping of the game world itself, introducing a number of new features and content for players to enjoy. There will be a new landscape to explore as it will have been six weeks since players have experienced the events of the Alpine Unrest and having worked their way around the new landscape and structures the machines had built for some unknown reason.
With the FNIX Rising expansion, players will find 10 main missions to explore, new NPCs to engage with, as well as 10 all-new side missions to complete alongside the all-new Harvester class. With these new features, players can also experience a new challenge tree, fight with new melee weapons, discover new collectibles, and even try on some all-new outfits to show off in while using guerrilla warfare to take out the robot threat.
“Over the past year and a half, we’ve consistently focused on community feedback and enhancing the experience for players across all platforms. With FNIX Rising, we’ve enriched the world of Generation Zero even further. We believe players will enjoy making new discoveries and going head-to-head with these exciting challenges,” said Paul Keslin, Product Owner at Systemic Reaction.
Even if you don’t purchase the new expansion, the FNIX Rising update won’t leave everyone behind as there will be free content for all existing players, which includes the world revamps to the South Coast and Farmland regions, for new apparel crafting levels, two new melee weapons, and an additional challenge tree to experience.
Not a bad deal for a game that has been receiving heavy support from the development team since its launch.
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