The new post-apocalyptic PC game H1Z1

Discussion in 'Meanwhile, in the real world...' started by RaexoN, 2014-04-10.

  1. Check this new game out. Will it be able to replace DayZ?

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  2. Fuck no
  3. Well it's going to be free to play so might aswell have a crack at it.
  4. looks good
  5. No no no no no no no no
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  6. Cubie

    Cubie Professional Hoarder Leaderboard

    Replace DayZ? Maybe.
    Replace DayZero? Never.
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  7. Silesky

    Silesky The Gif King Leaderboard

    The females reaction is to H1Z1
    The males is to DayZero (after the patch)

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  8. fijey

    fijey Survivor Leaderboard

    want want want want
  9. NuclearAdmiral

    NuclearAdmiral Back in business

    Actually this dont look bad at all... I liked pretty much everything about it exept the "free to play" part... Ugh god no..
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  10. Cubie

    Cubie Professional Hoarder Leaderboard

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  11. Gray Fox

    Gray Fox Mercenary Leaderboard

    Wow saw now someone posted this haha. Well i think it looks awesome, hope it will beat the standalone to it actually cause it's taking to damn long i think to be honest...So little things done in such long time and to much focus on the survival part.

    EDIT (If some admin you remove my thread i'd be thankful)
  12. 10bag

    10bag Stalker Leaderboard

    Don't be silly Raexon, you're getting caught up in the hype. DayZ was born from a military simulator, a completely different kettle of fish to Planetside 2. H1Z1 basically looks like WarZ without the lies, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's not in the same ballpark as DayZ.

    I'll be interested to get lost and confused in a new zombie apocalypse, but nah, if it beats DayZ at what DayZ does best then I will eat my hat. H1Z1's microtransactions and shitty-looking gun mechanics aren't filling me with optimism to be honest, but I'll reserve judgement until I play it. At the end of the day though, competition is good for everyone.

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