Daybreak games

H1Z1 King of the Kill Leaves Early Access On September 20th

The competitive post apocalyptic survival title H1Z1: King of the Kill will be heading out of Steam’s Ealy Access program on September 20th developer Daybreak Games has announced via press-release. A number of additional features will come with the launch of the game including an improved user interface, support for multiple competitive seasons, a new scoring system that takes the number of kills & other factors into consideration and Twitch.TV integration as well. Here’s hoping that all of these...

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H1Z1 adds additional King of the Kill mode: Ignition

King of the Kill has been a site favorite for quite a while, Rae and I will often boot it up for an hour of two of relatively low-key fun. One of the most fun things we do is to find an ATV drive it around and look for some trouble. It seems that we are not the only people who enjoy that particular style of game play, as Daybreak has just announced that they will release a...

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EverQuest Next Officially Cancelled, “Just Wasn’t Fun”

Everquest Next

What do you do when a game just isn’t fun? Stop playing it? Well what happens when a game in development just isn’t fun? Daybreak Games have cancelled the long in development next generation MMORPG Everquest Next citing the fact that the game just wasn’t enjoyable as one of the factors the has lead to the project’s demise. In development for many years EQ Next was rebooted as late as 2012 with a focus on the game...

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H1Z1 is being split in to two paid games

Later this month H1Z1 will be split into two separate games—the open-world survival mode being one, and the competitive Battle Royale mode being the other—and each will be sold separately. Truthfully the meteoric rise of this game leaves the studio Daybreak Games with little other choice. Open world zombie survival is no longer all the rage, but the Battle Royal mode that was meant to be a supplement to the game ended up eclipsing it. So heres the skinny. One game will be...

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Xbox One Isn’t Kryptonite To DayBreak Games’ DC Online, Cross Play Coming Jan 25th

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s DC Online coming to the Xbox One later this Spring thanks to developer Daybreak Games. To celebrate the 5th anniversary of the licensed superhero MMO set in the DC Universe the folks at Daybreak made two major announcements: First that the game will make its way to Microsoft’s latest console sometime this spring, Presumably that means that the game will launch before June 21st of this year.  Their second...

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