Daybreak Games® today announced the official launch of H1Z1®, the original standalone battle royale game that sparked a worldwide phenomenon. H1Z1 is now available on Steam for Windows PC with a brand-new game mode, Auto Royale™, injecting high-octane vehicular mayhem into the genre.
Though it sometimes gets lots in the shuffle, H1Z1 is in fact the first Battle Royale game to ever come out. And though it’s still in progress in many ways, gamers do flock to the title, and play its many versions. In fact, at Twitch Con this year, H1Z1 had many esports tournaments going on for it. But, if you’ve never played the game, and don’t want to spend money to try it out, DayBreak Games has your back, as they’ve officially revealed their first ever “free week” of play.
Daybreak Games has revealed the first major details for this October’s third annual H1Z1 Invitational, the premier esports event at Twitch’s TwitchCon 2017. This year’s extravaganza raises the stakes with three unique tournaments of the massive arena shooter H1Z1®: King of the Kill® with a combined prize pool of $500,000.
In a surprise move, the game H1Z1, which has been on Steam Early Access for quite some time, has undergone a radical change. This is due to things the developer observed while they watched people play the different modes of their game, more specifically, the noted that most people only play mode or the other. Thus, on the official H1Z1 page, the game is being split into 2 games:
Following the rundown of all the information from Day 1 at E3, we take a look at the events of Day 2 in our E3 Day 2 Rundown. Here goes …