Daybreak Game Company announces the release date for H1Z1: Battle Royale on PS4, and also reveals the game's battle pass, new weapons, and a new vehicle.
Daybreak announces that H1Z1: Battle Royale has crossed the impressive milestone of 10 million players participating in the free-to-play shooter's open beta.
The H1Z1 Open Beta on PS4 attracted 200,000 concurrent players on its first day, which comfortably succeeds the all-time peak player count of the PC version
With the launch of its Pro League just months away, it emerges that H1Z1 has seen a sharp fall in its player base since 2017, casting these plans into doubt.
H1Z1 Technical Director Joshua Kriegshauser creates a funny livestream clip by competing in a live battle royale match with his developer 'cheats' active.
After spending a year in Early Access, Daybreak Games' zombie MMO H1Z1 will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One this summer while the PC version is getting split into two games
While elements of survival games have existed since games first hit the scene, modern survival games mix elements of different genres to create a new experience.
In this week's Video Game Round-Up, we reveal 'H1Z1' players are afraid of the dark, the minimum PC specs for Oculus Rift, cancelled Rock Band sequel, and more.
John Smedley, president of 'H1Z1' developer Daybreak, believes that changes are coming to the MMO market, and that the day of 'World of Warcraft'-style titles is over.
Daybreak Game Company President John Smedley announces that the developer is working on playable female characters for their zombie survival title 'H1Z1'.
The free-to-play game model lets players try new games without spending a lot of cash, but microtransactions are bleeding into fixed-price games. For better or worse, free-to-play games are shaping the way developers and distributors make their games.