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Following on the roadmap that was recently released for DayZ that explains all the new features the game will receive leading up to its 2016 release, the development team behind the open-world, zombie-survival title released a blog post explaining what games can expect from DayZ in 2015.
We now have an official developmental roadmap for DayZ's standalone release. We know what Bohemia has planned within the upcoming months and just how much it's going to cost in the end.
In a recent interview, DayZ creator Dean “Rocket” Hall discussed the possibilities of the game arriving on Sony and Microsoft's home consoles, and exactly how soon and in what state games can expect the game. The news comes on the heels of Bohemia Interactive's previous announcement that the PS4 would be getting a special edition of the popular open-world zombie title.
It's a long, hard road toward the goal of claiming “completion” but Dean “Rocket” Hall and the rest of Bohemia Interactive are still moving forward. Through this process, however, the team has had to assuage the concerns of fans and address the roadmap of the game's current development direction.
We've been hearing and reading about the possibility of a port for quite a time, but it always seemed like something that was so far away and far off that it seemed more like a pipe dream than a possible reality. Well, it turns out that DayZ on the PlayStation 4 is a much larger reality than a lot of gamers may have anticipated.
It's no where near as good as the Call of Duty versus Battlefield rap battle, but the video showdown between the hero and bandit from Bohemia Interactive's DayZ is pretty darn cool.
Another milestone has been reached for DayZ's standalone release. Dean “Rocket” Hall took to the social media sphere to make it known that the open-world, zombie-survival game has managed to sell more than 2 million copies.
Well this should come as a pleasant surprise to some and no surprise at all to others; but Walking Dead television star Chandler Riggs, turns out to be a pretty big fan of the post-zombie-apocalyptic survival game from Dean “Rocket” Hall and crew, DayZ.
Daft Punk has won six Grammys but now they've received an even bigger honor: their own DayZ music video. A few players have combined "Get Lucky" with the zombie survival game for a very catchy parody.
Sometimes it takes even more time to setup the context so people have an idea of what they it is they're looking at, unless the video sets it up perfectly fine and does all the heavy-duty lifting, which is sort of the case with this latest clip from Arma.
DayZ Standalone's development team has begun work on a cooking feature for the survival game. In a new blog post, Bohemia Interactive explained what cooking will be like in the zombie apocalypse and also gave a progress report on other features.
DayZ will have a new lead designer soon. Dean "Rocket" Hall revealed today that he's leaving Bohemia Interactive and the zombie survival game he helped build.
In the past, DayZ designer Dean Hall said that the chances of an Xbox One version of DayZ were slim. Now he thinks it's just as possible as a PS4 version of the multiplayer zombie game.
During the AMA yesterday on Reddit, users asked lead designer of DayZ, Dean “Rocket” Hall, if the popular (and fast-selling) zombie survival game would make the jump to SteamOS.
Every single week on end since the original week when it launched, DayZ has been Steam's number one best selling game for an entire month. Since it's debut on December 16th, the game has gone on to triumph as a strong selling independent title on Steam.