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H1Z1: Just Survive Game Information
Game Name: H1Z1: Just Survive
Genre: Massively multiplayer online, survival
Developer(s): Daybreak Game Company
Publisher(s): Daybreak Game Company
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows
Release date(s): 2016
PEGI Rating: 18+
H1Z1: Just Survive System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64 bit only)
- Processor: Intel i3 Dual-Core with Hyper-Threading (required)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 275 series or higher
- DirectX: Version 10
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 20 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
H1Z1: Just Survive PC Download
H1Z1: Just Survive is a survival sandbox massively multiplayer online game developed by Daybreak Game Company for Microsoft Windows. The game is set during a zombie apocalypse in the rural United States, caused by a mutation of the H1N1 virus entitled “H1Z1”. Players will have to survive against the natural elements such as wolves and bears, hordes of zombies, and thousands of potentially hostile survivors through interaction, scavenging for resources, building shelters, and crafting.
The gameplay of H1Z1: Just Survive emphasizes on multiplayer cooperation, trading, and team-building. In an interview with Adam Clegg from Sony Online Entertainment, he made clear that unlike other zombie massively multiplayer online games, the main focus will be about surviving against the zombies through teamwork with other players, rather than having a player versus player (PvP) environment with zombies as a backdrop.
The game was released on Steam as an early access title on January 15, 2015. At release, the game suffered from severe technical issues. Players reported that they cannot login to their account or enter any active server. Framerate issues, lack of voice chat and AI problems were also among the problems reported. A new bug, which made all servers go offline, was also introduced to the game after the developer released a patch to fix other problems. Despite the unstable launch, John Smedley, CEO of Daybreak Game Company, announced that the game had sold over a million copies by March 2015.