Zone Zero. A region once flourishing and vibrant, now devastated and deserted. The day Perunium – a previously unknown, superconductive element – was discovered in the area, marked the fast and inevitable collapse of the entire territory. Once the governments and corporations were done extracting this new source of income, they evacuated all civilians and closed the region, declaring it neutral.
Life abhors a vacuum, however, so it didn't take long for the first illegal miners to appear – and it took even less time for a quiet war between the main economic powers to start. Nothing was going on in the Zone according to the news – no bloodshed, and only a couple of random punks breaking the "keep away" order. Journalists belittled the whole thing reporting "zero killed". Case closed. Scavengers who remained in the Zone started calling themselves "Zeros": people whose lives are a dime a dozen, their deaths not even counted as casualties.
A few years later, only professional Zeros remain in the Zone – people who have abandoned their past and broke any contact with former employers. You take the role of one of them. You are one of the Zeros.
Just like real life special forces teams, Zero Killed focuses heavily on cooperation and communication. Both are key elements required to adapt and respond to the destructible environment. This means that being successful in combat will require planning ahead, foreseeing the opposite team's next move, tactical thinking, and accurately analyzing the situation on the battlefield before deciding who from your squad should do the next move or what piece of equipment to use.
In Zero Killed you get to choose between 10 completely different characters. Each with their own loadout, a unique gadget, and a unique perk. All designed to make sure there's something setting them apart and make them special in their own way.
Big Foot – a heavy weapons specialist and a former weightlifting champion. Equipped with heavy armor, a gas mask, and a door breacher, he comes as close as possible to impersonating a tank.
Ghost – a mysterious man that excels in marksmanship. He doesn't share who he was before being assigned to the Zero Zone. His organization equipped him with lots of hi-tech equipment, such as the enhanced AR glass that allows him to track tagged objects for longer than usual.
Samaritan – one of the best heart surgeons in her country, but officially died a month prior to her Zero Zone assignment. Sent to the Zero Zone as a part of a cleanup expedition, or at least that's what it was officially called.
Pete – a young, hyperactive private assigned to the Zero Zone just after his Spec Ops training and constantly brags about his grades in the Air Force academy. Excellent in handling and shooting assault rifles. Constantly tries to hit on Hydra.
A.N.D. – an introverted nerd with no social skills, but the intelligence of a genius. Offered an assignment in the Zero Zone as a way to avoid a life sentence for hacking the federal reserve and transferring the equivalent of a couple of trucks of gold to his off-shore account.
OX – a former general that served in the Navy. After his son shot himself with his gun, he wanted a suicide assignment – he got the Zero Zone instead. Takes his anger out on the enemies. Brutally.
Hydra – a highly disciplined lieutenant. Exiled from her country after organizing a coup against an 'unpatriotic' government and playing a vigilante by capturing and torturing deserters. Considers Pete childish.
Price – a businessman, former owner of one of the organizations contracted with the extraction of Perunium in the Zero Zone. A computer science engineer with plenty of money.
Freya – a defense specialist with Scandinavian origins. Equipped with heavy armor and an assault shield, she is the person that can definitely endure heavy fire.
Paeon – a Persian doctor with a military background. Assigned to the Zero Zone as a part of the rescue teams, but officially hasn't returned.
– Data Steal
– Evasion (versus AI!)
Toss him your spare magazine. Do all you'd normally do on a regular battlefield.
We have just uploaded another video in our gameplay series. Today we are presenting the tagging system - another small feature that may be a real game changer.
When you encounter an enemy, you can tag them to report their location. Then, all members of your team will see those players highlighted. You can adjust your tactics to engage them, flank them, distract them or force them to leave their cover with grenades.
We are playing again today at 9pm CEST. Hope to see you in game!
Lots of inormation about new map coming today - the Desert. And another gameplay video: the grenades showcase. And a schedule of our team playing on public...
As we are approaching our Official Release on the 4th of September, we started a series of real gameplay footage videos presenting mechanics in our game...
We would like to share with you our roadmap, to let you know what is the current progress and how the game will evolve.
Zero Killed is now available for half of it's regular Early Access price.
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