- 4 very small and not so original maps
- apparently no damage localization for higher efficiency
- expensive weapons, so you'll stick with the 3 first weapons
- frustrating weapons, they don't feel powerful, slow reload, no zoom on sniper rifle
- no experience or perks or classes
- online play is dead
- has potential here with good graphics, it's kinda ok, but yet again, maps are too small
Final Rush is a very bad copy of Killing Floor's gameplay. The goal is to survive through timed waves that spawn robots and getting points to spend in a shop that appears between two waves. There you can buy weapons and upgrades only.To buy ammo or health, go find the two automated distributors that are elsewhere on the map so you have to choose what to go for, because despite the futuristic environment, you can't carry stuff to heal you on the way...
The story is set in a highly advanced technological future, and robots got corrupted. That's all we know, seems a bit lacking of context here.
Maps are small, only 4 of them, and so many choke points you can't use for yourself because you'll get swarmed with robots in no time. No welder to seal doors and taking a stand, absolutely no strategy here. Only way to survive is to continuously run around the (small) map and gather a horde behind you until the clock goes zero, then shoot them all. But beware of the map itself : you can jump, but can't jump above a tiny obstacle to flee the horde, which will bash you to death.
There is only 3 weapons to begin with, and an infinite ammo pistol (and bashing that merely damage bots or push them away...). Aim is tedious because of a very high recoil that screw your aim after each shot. Weapons don't feel powerfull as it can't one-shot a basic bot in the head. Oh, there is grenades too, but they'll bounce a weird way and blast radius is so ridiculous (maybe 1-2 meters), unless they badly bounce back at your face and kill you. It's safer to throw rocks and it might do more harm to those bots.
Tried the online game too, no server below 130 ping, all empty...
It seems there is an xp counter, but no profile page yet to see if there is perks to unlock, so there's no point to grind highly difficult waves of uninteresting robots for peanuts.
So it's an early access game, but it is still very unpolished in the current state. Even at 10€, get Killing Floor instead, or wait for KF2.