Final Rush is an intense, difficult, co-op multiplayer FPS, where the players fight against waves of hundreds of robotic enemies. Destroy robots to earn experience points which can be used to rank up your player; improving skill, customizing armor, and upgrading weapons.
User reviews: Mixed (138 reviews)
Release Date: Jan 17, 2014

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"Another case of not nearly enough people playing a game. Wave survival in indoor maps. Decent variety of weapons and nice graphics."

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Thank you to all of those that bought Final Rush during the month of November; as promised %100 of the profits will be donated to Operation Underground Railroad ( Almost exactly 300 copies of Final Rush (not including 4-copy packs) were sold! On December 24th, we were able to donate $1714.39 (USD)!

About This Game

*Steam trailer video was recorded prior to the major v2.00 overhaul.

Final Rush is a constantly growing indie cooperative first person shooter, where the player fights against waves of robotic enemies, with up to three of their friends.

Unlike most games, Final Rush dedicates all of it's earnings to the expansion and improvement of the game itself, with new content in the form of levels, gameplay improvements, enemies, and weapons being added as fast as the developers can make them. The purchase of Final Rush will provide you with many months of free content and additions! Final Rush will NEVER sell you DLC, Premium Items, or Pay-To-Win content!

This is the current feature set of Final Rush:
  • Singleplayer, Online and LAN cooperative gameplay for 1 - 4 players.
  • 5 Beautiful sci-fi arena levels, filled with killer robots, advanced tech, and polished graphics.
  • The RUSH game mode - where the better you are, the more rewards you get, but the more difficult the enemies become. Fight through 10 waves of hundreds of robots, each bigger than the last, with a variety of robot variations to fight.
  • 9 Weapons - fight your enemies with 9 different weapons, including the advanced experimental AV-Laser. Plus, bash your attackers with melee attacks; blow them to bits with grenades; and of shred them to circuits and servos with the room-clearing high powered ammunition.
  • Upgradable Player - from additional armor and ammo, to better accuracy, the player can purchase
  • Experience Tracker - Play matches and earn experience points based on your performance.
  • Armor Customization - Make your character unique, just like everyone else!
  • Weapon Customization - Improve your peashooter to a glorified laser cannon.
  • Skills and Class Customization - Make choices that seem really important about your character! Respecialize when you make the wrong choice!

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System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
    • Processor: 2.0+ Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA 8000 series or higher, ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro 256 MB, or greater
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 29
Final Rush is a Sci-Fi Multiplayer Co-op FPS, in which you fend off waves of robotic enemies. After each wave you are able to upgrade/buy new weapons, skills or customise your armor. Sounds pretty neat, right?

Well, to be honest, the game is quite fun for a while. The thing is, a multiplayer game like this simply needs a lot more to keep being fun and interesting.

The main problem of Final Rush, is the lack of players/servers. At the time of writing, there was no active server and for that, no active players. I did set up my server but during that time no other player joined me. You are able to fight the robots by yourself but that surely is not an easy task.

The gameplay felt a bit off to me. Destroying robots does not feel satisfying, gun control is a bit weird, even walking doesn't feel right. I did not get far enough into the game to know if the robots act differently after a few waves but the first waves of robots just come walking towards you and start beating you, so the A.I. is pretty much non-existent.

Since the game uses the UT3 engine the graphics are OK. The maps are nicely done but might bore quickly.

Overall, Final Rush is not a bad game and you could have some fun if you buy the game together with some friends. The game is quite steep and there are better games that offer the same kind of gameplay. One game that comes to mind is "Interstellar Marines", which also has a mode in which you destroy robots, just not in waves.

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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
I really enjoy the game final rush, however nobody plays the game so i hope you enjoy playing games solo. I think being able to have friendly AI bots would be great to make the game easier and more enjoyable to play. Also the customization needs to be explained better and I just assume i can't purchase any weapon upgrades because i'm only level 2. Overall the game is fun and worth the $10 price tag in my opinion. Nice gameplay and graphics but the biggest problem is lack of players. If this game is on sale or you have friends that will play this with you I highly recommend it.
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25 of 46 people (54%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 5
Killing Floor with robots is how this was sold to me. I can see it potentially getting to that point, but it's not there yet.

Missing are a wider variety of robot behaviors, weapon impact, and interesting environments.

The robots tend to plod in your general direction in predictable "robotic" waves. Maybe that's by design, but it is so basic that it gets boring quickly.

Weapons lack punch, which is probably due a combination of muted visuals and sound design. The customization and weapon variety look like they could be fun, but right now there's just no impact from your shots. A shotgun should FEEL like a shotgun.

It's a sci-fi setting, but the metal corridors and rooms are just too clean and symmetrical to create varied encounters...especially combined with robotic waves.

Needs some more spit and polish, but there's potential for the setting/concept.
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A developer has responded on Jan 19 @ 11:49am
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19 of 35 people (54%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
In my opinion, Final Rush is cheap ripoff of Killing Floor, pretty much game was rushed out of Early Access and even then still lacks of lot of content. Lets start with video settings, basically there is none, by which i mean advanced settings, only things you can change are resolution, AA and AF.

In game and action.

Just as soon you create server or join to server, game gives you option to chose your class (Assault, Recon or Support - yeah that's it). Game has 5 maps which all of them are indoors. All weapons have dreadful recoils especially assault rifle, christ, with that you can't kill anyone, while you are trying to surivive 10 robots at the time is just ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ because shooting won't slow them down at all, sometimes they just decide to rush at you until you are surrounded and going to die after 2 seconds. (sure, i see fun and enjoyment here). Unlike KF here you can buy ammo and even heal up during waves as long as you have credits / money for it. After beating each wave you can go shopping but time to do that is rather short for new players.
Playing solo is extremly hard and trying to play online is just impossible, God knows where servers are hosted due to ping issues.
Yes, i know game has RPG system but it takes lot of time to actually get at least one level not to meantion soloing is extremely hard even on easy difficulty, i just managed to survive 4 waves.

Overall. Please do not buy it, game is unfinished and lacks content.
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A developer has responded on Jan 21 @ 5:20pm
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 19
All those would not recommend make the player base disappear even more. So this game gets a thumbs up from me.
I liked my first testing of the game. It definitely has some potential. Albeit playing this on a potato it runs decently enough to play the first waves. Review gets updated after I play it some more.


And don't read the sh!tpostings about similarities to other wave based defence/survival shooters. Nobody gives a fk about those comparisons. It is not those games. I played a lot of those shooters (mostly the cheap ones (Orion: Dino horde or whatever its called now)) Added PvP a while back and workshop support. This game could have all of that too. SUPPORT IT!
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