H1Z1 Goes Free-to-Play A Week After Release But It’s Too Late
If you’re gamer there’s no way you haven’t seen or heard of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds(PUBG) and Fortnite, two games that helped solidify the “battle royale” archetype of action-shooter to the mainstream over the last year or less. Before these games took over streaming services however, there was another that helped kickstart this industry-changing shift, a game that has its DNA infused into PUBG in particular.
We’re of course talking about H1Z1, a game with a fascinating history, and one that now sits with an uncertain future.
H1Z1 began as a Sony Online Entertainment clone of the at-the-time popular DayZ – a game that itself began as a mod for ARMA 2 but that found itself as a real standalone title before it was abandoned by its player base and never really finished. H1Z1 was a similar survival-based zombie game, launched in early access three years ago at the beginning of ...
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