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  • Blog Post: Daybreak Boss Smedley: H1Z1 Bans Nearly 25,000 "Cockroach" Cheaters

    Cheating can kill the best of games, which is why smart publishers proactively wipe them from servers whenever possible. Since the debut of H1Z1, Daybreak Game Company has tried to curb widespread cheating, banning 5,000 users last March . Now Daybreeak president John Smedley has announced that 24,837... More
  • Blog Post: Daybreak (Formerly Sony Online) Celebrating Independence With Giveaways, Live Streams

    It’s been nearly three months since Sony Online Entertainment was sold off to investment firm Columbus Nova . In that time, the company has rebranded as Daybreak Game Company and is ready to celebrate its new independence. This week, Daybreak has revealed its logo and a full slate of live streams... More
  • Blog Post: H1Z1 Gets Big Damn Patch

    We’re not being hyperbolic, the update is actually called the Big Damn Patch, and it’s bringing H1Z1 players a slew of bug fixes and new features. The H1Z1 update includes a new male character model that was made specifically for H1Z1's upcoming wearable system, which allows players to... More
  • Blog Post: President Of Daybreak Game Company Announces H1Z1 Has Sold 1 Million Copies On Steam

    President of Daybreak Game Company John Smedley has been very active on Twitter in order to keep H1Z1 players in the know about various things happening with the game and its servers. Today, Smedley took to the social media site to share news that the zombie MMO has sold 1 million digital copies on Steam... More
  • Blog Post: Layoffs At Everquest Next Studio, Including Director Of Development Dave Georgeson

    Last week, Sony and investment firm Columbus Nova announced that Sony Online Entertainment had been sold . The studio responsible for DC Universe Online, Everquest, Planetside, and the upcoming H1Z1, has been renamed. Now it seems, staffing changes are underway that reported see significant departure... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Online's H1Z1 Hits Steam Early Access

    You can now get an early look at Sony Online's upcoming zombie survial multiplayer game. H1Z1 is now available as a Steam Early Access title. There are two tiers of Early Access: Standard ($19.99) and Premium ($39.99). Standard gets you three event tickets, two crates, and one crate key, while Premium... More
  • Blog Post: H1Z1 Infecting Early Access In Mid-January

    Our PC editor, Dan Tack, has been able to play SOE's zombie MMORPG H1Z1 a couple of times now, and soon you'll be able to enter the nightmare yourself. Company president John Smedley has provided a release date for the game's Steam Early Access rollout, as well as further details about what... More
  • Blog Post: H1Z1 Experimenting With Bold Concepts

    We had a chance to check out the current build of the free-to-play zombie-survival MMORPG H1Z1 at PAX Prime 2014, and things are looking interesting to say the least. Ravens circle around corpses warning players of danger at a distance, the virus can now infect players to various degrees before death... More
  • Blog Post: H1Z1: Brutal Zombie Survival [Trailer Added]

    I had a chance to check out Sony Online Entertainment's zombie survival MMO, and witness some brutal survival situations during a live gameplay demo. I wandered through a desolate post-apocalyptic world, using the game's discovery system to unlock essential crafting recipes. From wolf steak to... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Online Entertainment Announces Zombie-Themed MMO H1Z1

    As teased earlier , Sony Online Entertainment has revealed a new MMO set in a post apocalyptic world filled with zombies. The game is called H1Z1 and it should be playable soon. During an episode of the Game Talk Live podcast , Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley talked about the new game... More
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