Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot looks to be doing downright terrible if MetaCritic, Steam Charts, and recent player reviews hold any weight. The VR game made by MachineGames and Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks is currently out now for $19.99 across PC via Steam and PS4.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is an embarrassment to Castle Wolfenstein (1981) and Beyond Castle Wolfenstein (1984). The recent 2019 entry also attempts to disgrace Wolfenstein 3D, but sadly Youngblood is not alone.
Joining the shaming process comes Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot a virtual reality title that publication site Gaming Bolt calls a “tech demo.” The website’s video review claims Cyberpilot is a “5 out of 10” game while throwing in that enemy A.I. is brain dead:
Gaming Bolt isn’t the only place giving it a low score. Over on Steam users are flooding the game with negative reviews much like RG_Predator:
“Another demo mistakenly labeled as a game. 4 missions and 2 hours play time including 2 smoke breaks. Graphics are sub-par. Anything beyond 15 feet away is blurry. What a rip-off.”
Steam user Ramzal expresses discontent, too:
“1.5 hours to beat the boring on-rails shooter with blurry textures. The credits were almost as long as the entire game.”
Although not 100% accurate, Steam Charts offers some insight on Cyberpilot’s sad situation where the game can’t even reach triple digits across all three tracking categories:
On Metacritic, the game is not doing well either. On PS4, Cyberpilot has a score of 52 out of 100, and a User Score of 3.7 out of 10. There is not one positive review, but there are 18 mixed and five negative reviews on the site.
On the same website, Cyberpilot doesn’t have a PC score yet and has a User Score of 3.0 out of 10. There is not one positive review, but three mixed and one negative review on the game’s page.
Lastly, MachineGames, Arkane Studios, and Bethesda Softworks’ Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is out now across PC and PS4.