About the game
H1Z1 is a fast-paced highly competitive battle royale shooter where players grab weapons, drive vehicles, and run-n-gun with the goal of being the last one standing at the end of the match.
PS Store's June charts are in, H1Z1 downloaded more than Fortnite
Sony have posted their PlayStation Store charts for PlayStation 4, PSVR, free-to-play and PS Vita games and interestingly enough, H1Z1 has been downloaded more times than Fortnite: Battle Royale. GTA V wins on the PS4 side though.
H1Z1: Battle Royale is getting airstrikes and a revive system
Daybreak Games saw an opportunity in launching H1Z1 for PlayStation 4, reaping the massive benefits in the month after the game's Open Beta launch on 22 May 2018. The team has prepared a patch with new features to keep up the pace.
H1Z1 hits 4m on PlayStation 4, patch ads Duos mode
TheyBreak Games' H1Z1 seems to finally be shaping up into the game it was supposed to be, albeit not quite as the company expected. After breaking the 1.5m PS4 player milestone, the company now has a patch with a new mode and a new record.
H1Z1 debuts on PlayStation 4 with upwards of 1.5 million players
We've got to admit that H1Z1's arrival on PlayStation 4 consoles as a free to play title was a pretty clever move by DayBreak Games, seeing as how PUBG's insistence on sticking with Microsoft hasn't really left PS4 players with much choice.
DayBreak Games announce H1Z1 open beta for PlayStation 4
DayBreak Games must have had a torrid time seeing PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale cruise past them in the pecking order, but let's face it - this is not an industry that's particularly forgiving should you choose to rest on your laurels.
H1Z1 goes free to play, is Daybreak Games repeating Planetside 2?
Daybreak Games, or as they're often lovingly referred to 'They Break Games', have decided to go the Planetside 2 way and make H1Z1 free to play. The decision comes a mere week into full release, a testament of how wrong a company can go.
H1Z1 leaves Early Access after squatting for 3 years
H1Z1 will mark 28 February 2018 as the day it finally left Early Access on Steam. Daybreak Game Company have been looking for a way to enter the Battle Royale market with something unique - they opted out for a large scale demolition derby.
PUBG seems to be having no effect on H1Z1's player count
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has risen to rapid popularity since its Early Access launch, but its chief competitor H1Z1: King of the Kill maintains a steady player count in spite of the apparently overwhelming competition. Is there enough room for two battle royale shooters at the top?