Day Z is a title that nurtures a long and difficult history of backtracking promises, along with roughly eight years of development in Steam’s Early Access Program, and also offering DLC for the title that seems to be fundamentally broken to a limit that the player’s bullets might seem to disappear after they shoot. What was once known to have a steadfast community, defending the standalone title, has undergone through several peaks and valleys throughout its progress process and has somehow left everyone disappointed.
The DayZ has now begun as a mod for ARMA 2. It has taken complete advantage of ARMA’s consistently excellent bullet physics along with the action and has placed a layer on the PvP on top of that. Moreover, there are zombies too but players don’t need to worry about them, as they will be far away.
The reason as to why DayZ got popular and famous is the introduction of a new type of gameplay of PvPvE and their action was intense and exciting. Bohemia Interactive had willingly lent their engine hard work to the mod, and the whole thing ultimately ended up with them hiring the mod author to work on a standalone version of DayZ.
One thing that is worth noting is that the primary designer behind the DayZ mod was actually an individual named Dean Hall who had left Bohemia Interactive in the year 2014 which was just two years after the person was hired to bring his concept to life in a standalone version. The vacancy which got created seemed to be trouble for the vast majority of fans of the particular title who had presumed that something was wrong and out of order.
The DayZ standalone version saw its release date in December 2018 after having a few tough years in the Early Access where the bugs had continued to stymie players who just wanted to play and moreover the surrounding chorus that was heard from Stream as unbelievable to all.
For every game that has a solid community, there are still those who will passionately defend Bohemia Interactive and the DayZ developer for that they have been attempting to bring forward. However, amidst all these, the community doesn’t take the fact kindly that the title is still struggling with some basic tasks like shooting a bullet in a game about shooting bullets.
Added to this, the title is very much popular in the Steam Community for elevating the price of its game immediately prior to a sale and then placing it on a 20% do9scount with the resulting final amount being the price of what the game was in the first place.
DayZ will be free to play on Steam this weekend, everyone can experience the Jank. Therefore if you have friends coming over this weekend, they together you can just hop into the server and explore what it is and what is available in the disordered title. Free is a great price after all.
In the worst of cases, the players can end up finding all of the reviewers and the long time backers of the project actually writing about something that other people should have taken more notice of.