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Submitted by Echel0n 757d ago | news

DayZ Developers Working Hard to Improve their Standalone Game

DayZ Developers have been hard at work on their standalone game, and their efforts are really beginning to show. Realistic danger such as low blood pressure, fractures, diseased players are just a few of the ways they have been improving on this already well received mod for Arma 2. (DayZ, Dev, PC)

Wormwood  +   758d ago
WHY DEAN HALL! Why do dangle this zombie infested carrot in front of us!!!
Septic  +   757d ago
I can't wait. After watching some of the crazy gameplay videos, I am itching to start terrorising other players .
kefkah  +   758d ago
Fractures? Sounds like a Metal Gear game...
xseven  +   758d ago
Hopefully getting random broken legs is a thing of the past
washednblood  +   757d ago
You wish! lol
xseven  +   758d ago
I am all over this game when it comes out. I like how they take a lot of input from the current DayZ players
soultecc  +   757d ago
its like torture waiting for this game
RedSoakedSponge  +   757d ago
i agree but im still loving the mod right now. the updates to the mod are keeping me busy till april! :D

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