'The War Z' is hit by hackers again, while Dean Hall talks about developing around hackers for the standalone version of 'DayZ'.
After a problematic and borderline unethical launch which resulted in the game being pulled from Steam, 'The War Z' is back with a multitude of updates.
As if Hammerpoint Interactive's 'The War Z' could take any more of a beating after embarrassingly being pulled from Steam, hackers are now on the offensive.
We examine how two distinctly similar games, 'The War Z' & 'DayZ' can attract two different kinds of fan reactions.
'DayZ' mod creator Dean 'Rocket' Hall has new features and ideas planned for a standalone release of the game which could be ready as early as this fall if he can get the required support and funding.
Hammerpoint Interactive attempts to capitalize on the growing popular of the ARMA 2 'DayZ' mod by announcing their similar in-development MMO, 'The War Z.'