"H1Z1", an open-world zombie survival game from the studio formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment, has sold over one million times on the Steam gaming platform.
As reported by Gamespot, citing data from the development studio Daybreak Studios, which became independent from Sony in February 2015, the president of the company, John Smedley, made the announcement on his official Twitter page.
Currently on Steam, the game is only open on Steam in Test Mode, in which players can try out both beta and alpha at the same time. Note that when this MMO appeared on the gaming platform in January 2015, the demand for it was so great that it led to multiple technical problems on the servers.
In March, John Smedley said the company would soon be introducing a "Season Pass" that would give unlimited access to an H1Z1 mode called "BattleRoyale". At the time of this writing, access to it has not been restricted. The developer studio believes that the moment to start monetization has not yet come, since the mode requires serious improvements. "We'll be focusing on fixing bugs and adding new material. With a ton of new additions to BattleRoyale and our base game, we want to make sure you are more than happy to pay for it. Only then will we start charging for it," commented Smedley.
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