Daybreak Game Company president John Smedley has this week revealed that the company is willing to give gamers that have been caught cheating at their new H1Z1 game a second chance and a way to redeem themselves.
To be eligible to receive a second chance H1Z1 cheaters need to publicly apologise to the games community of players via YouTube, says Smedley via Twitter.
“H1Z1 is a survival sandbox massively multiplayer online game in development by Daybreak Game Company (formerly Sony Online Entertainment). H1Z1 is currently being developed for Microsoft Windows and eventually PlayStation 4 in 2015.”
“The gameplay of H1Z1 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.”
For more information on the new H1Z1 game that is available via Steam Early Access jump over to the Steam website for details.
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