Generate the Generation Special Edition – available today on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S with Game Pass – immerses you in a world where disasters have turned the sky red. A member of the Umurangi generation (Te Reo Maori for last generation), you work as a courier for the Tauranga Express who is also an avid photographer. Drive through the city capturing these last moments of life on earth as disaster unfolds around you, each stage bringing you closer to the end of the world.
Capture images however you want and use a variety of lenses and filters to make your photo-taking potential limitless. Use this freedom of expression to take all manner of photos and use the objectives as a guide to progress in these times of war.
generation generation focuses on player expression and creative output as part of the game’s core design philosophy, where objectives can be accomplished in a thousand different ways – we’ve seen players find many creative ways to earn a photo loot, that we could never have imagined.
This game was inspired by games like jet set radio and Pokemon Snap. It is also made especially for people who like photography or retro style art from the early 2000s. This themed title also features great music to help you settle into the world and immerse yourself in the life of the Umurangi generation.
That generation generation The theme comes from the developers’ experience with the bushfires in Australia. The roaring fires that turned the sky red were seen as a dystopian omen of Earth’s destruction, which was faced by news outlets and politicians who dismissed the situation as the “new normal”.
Welcome to the world of Generate the Generation Special EditionPlayable with Game Pass starting today.
Generate the Generation Special Edition
Umurangi Generation is a first-person photography game set in the retro future. In Tauranga, Aotearoa, against the backdrop of a looming crisis, great cities are walled in as the United Nations deploy the military and towering mechas to defend against an alien invasion. From fighter jets blazing overhead, the sound of constant gunfire and wounded soldiers, to the in-game billboards, everything you see provides more context to the daily lives of the people of Tauranga. Despite all this, life goes on…People go to work, party to escape from reality, complain about the government and the inequalities between rich and poor… As a courier for the Tauranga Express, you travel around Tauranga to take photos and Document the world and its reality through the lenses of your camera. Throughout the game you will unlock a variety of lenses and equipment. *This version includes both the full PC version, its DLCs and some additional modes. ▼ Unique and Expressive Rating System Each photo you take is rated on color, content and composition. If you take a photo you will receive a cash score which will be used for your final payout. Complete Photo Rewards however you like. Once you complete these bounties, deliver the package to complete the level. ▼ Exploration bonuses at every level Unlock new gear for your camera by finding film canisters, recreating postcards, completing timed deliveries and finding a way to fit all your friends in one photo. ▼ Full creative control Edit your photos and develop your unique color grading. The tools in the game are so flexible that you can touch up your photos to make them look better than when they were taken. If you’re an experienced photographer, you’ll fit right in. If this is your first time here, you’ll be on your journey in no time. ▼ Fast Play and Creative Mode The game offers replayability through two special game modes. Speed Run mode tests your gaming skills and is perfect for those looking for a challenge. Creative mode, on the other hand, gives you full control over the creative side to achieve the perfect snap that’s sure to satisfy the avid photographers out there. ▼ What is an “umurangi”? Umurangi is the Te Reo word for red sky.