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Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
Content Rating: Mature
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot brings virtual reality to the revolution against the Nazis. Paris. 1980.You’re the best hacker in town.Your mission: aid the French resistance by taking control of powerful Nazi war machines.Ram, gun down, and burn your way through the City of Love, leaving dead Nazis in your wake. Saddle up, Cyberpilot, you’re one of us now
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There's no reason to jump into Cyberpilot if you're looking for another avenue to explore more of Wolfenstein's world. This straightforward shooter lacks the punch to make its action exhilarating and breaks up combat with even more repetitive and slower-paced interludes where you'll do the bare minimum with motion controls to achieve simple and mundane repair tasks. Beyond looking striking for a VR game in some places, there's nothing about Cyberpilot that warrants your time.
It’s fitting that the final segment is a tease for the Wolfenstein VR experience that should exist but doesn’t. Simply taking Wolfenstein and using its already cohesive parts but putting them in VR would have been wonderful. Instead, we get Wolfenstein Cyberpilot, a half-baked idea that doesn’t manage to squeeze out even an ounce of fun. I don’t know how being a big ol’ stompy mech to squish Nazis in VR became boring. I can only hope that Wolfenstein‘s next venture into VR turns out better.
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot feels like something that should be free or included in a bundle for PSVR owners. It doesn’t feel like it warrants its price tag and it is linear and criminally short. Even hardcore fans hoping for more Nazi-killing action should probably avoid this one until it drops way down in price. There just isn’t enough here to warrant the price of admission.