(Review after about 7 hours of playing. Should update when I got further.)
Many flaws, but entertaining if you have nothing better. Little Far Cry, a little The Last of Us and a little bit more.
More elaborate, good first:
+ Stylish though monotonous.
+ Good controls
+ Frequently good battles.
One might be pampered with RDR2, Horizon: Zero Dawn and other sovereign open-world games, but at the moment this feels quite flawed on several points.
First, a taste may be, but rightly bony romance. Had I spent 90% of the time driving around on forest roads, a chopper is not my first choice.
Bugs and Flaws:
Read about all the bugs, and that many would be fixed now, but there are plenty still. It is graphics errors that all car wrecks suddenly consist of such 8 polygons that have no texture, and so a lot of stuff that happens in the wrong order in the story: NPCs that stand and waving at some place though they should not be there, the character you play talking about doing things you have already done etc etc.
Then there are such things in the dialogues that completely remove the experience. Dialogues that come in cross and do not fit into the story's sequence of events (eg Boozer is tired and should sleep and two seconds later, he is noisy at all on the voice and talk about other things). If you fill up with petrol even if you have 95% full already, you will hear "Oooh, I really needed that".
The AI is a bit say and so too. One can come slamming into his loud MC and when you step off you are three meters from an enemy who has not seen one yet so you have to hide one in the bush.
There are, however, some who lure me to continue playing. For me, a group of three or four zombies is still dangerous, but I have had some "hordes" that can be a hundred, and then it is so that you get quite nervous.