The open beta for H1Z1, the battle royale shooter from Daybreak Games, is already successful.
Daybreak has revealed that in simply 24 hours, H1Z1 has been downloaded by over 1.5 million gamers on PS4. The open beta is free, after all, obtainable to everybody.
The launch hasn’t been with out its points, although. Reports of failed log in makes an attempt, server stability, and even buy points for the sport’s beauty gadgets have been popping up over the previous two days.
There’s additionally nonetheless different issues like long loading screens and in-game hit detection points. Servers are understandably getting hammered, and Daybreak is conscious and actively engaged on all the problems gamers reported.
Right now, you possibly can play H1Z1 as a solo participant or in a squad of 5. Duos are still coming, hopefully someday earlier than this week is over, although server points might delay that.
For a second there it appeared like all is misplaced for H1Z1 developer Daybreak. After widespread experiences of layoffs, and an obvious connection to a sanctioned Russian oligarch (which Daybreak denies), issues weren’t trying so good for the studio.
Perhaps curiosity in a free-to-play battle royale recreation that isn’t Fortnite will likely be sufficient for H1Z1 to seek out an viewers and provides Daybreak a brand new lease on life, as a result of the sport simply isn’t doing it on PC anymore.
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