“Royal Battle” is now incredibly popular, and the genre continues to conquer mobile platforms. We already have several significant projects, such as Fortnite and PUBG. Now they will be joined by a mobile port H1Z1 under even more simple name Z1.
As reported by the publication Business Wire, NantWorks has invested heavily in the developer and publisher of computer games Daybreak Games. Among other tasks, NantWorks plans to launch the mobile versions of H1Z1 and the multiplayer role-playing online game EverQuest.
It is not yet clear when and on which platform the Z1 will be released. Meanwhile, the H1Z1 has already made significant progress. The project went beyond the PC version and is now available on the PlayStation 4. Given the popularity and reach of mobile versions of PUBG and Fortnite, it’s no surprise that the creators of H1Z1 want to grab a piece of the pie. By the way, the monthly audience of the game is now 167 million players.
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H1Z1 – online shooter in a zombie apocalypse, released on Steam in 2015. Later the project was divided. At the source of the “Royal Battle” was Brendan Green, known under the pseudonym of PlayerUnknown, who later became a game designer for the game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
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