H1Z1 is getting a mobile version

Ea-Z-y does it. 

Here we go everyone - there's yet another battle royale mobile port coming our way. The latest contender in the struggle for mobile supremacy is H1Z1, with its new mobile version.

NantWorks - an umbrella company with its own mobile branch - has made a "strategic investment" in Daybreak to produce mobile versions of its games, Business Wire reported. This investment includes not only H1Z1, but 3D MMORPG game EverQuest.

1
There's no news yet as to when the mobile version will be released, or if Z1 will be available on both iOS and Android.

H1Z1 has recently seen a lot of success with its move to PlayStation, so this expansion to mobile is perhaps unsurprising - particularly considering the size of the mobile market for battle royales like Fortnite and PUBG. But this also begs the question - will we ever see H1Z1 on other platforms such as Xbox One?

Last month I spoke to H1Z1's PlayStation producer Terrence Yee, who said Daybreak wasn't currently working on an Xbox version. He did, however, hint the studio was "open to exploring other opportunities" - as this latest news clearly shows. The company's statement today states NantWorks wants to "build and publish games across all platforms". It's therefore quite possible we could see more H1Z1 ports in future.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (4)

About the author

Emma Kent

Emma Kent

Reporter

Emma was Eurogamer's summer intern in 2018 and we liked her so much we decided to keep her. Now a fully-fledged reporter, she loves asking difficult questions, smashing people at DDR and arguing about, well, everything.

Related

FeatureHow PlayStation 4 Pro is evolving into a great 1080p games machine

Why you should upgrade your console - even if you don't have a 4K screen.

Digital FoundryAMD Ryzen 7 3700X review: can gaming performance compete with Intel?

Team Red's best value eight-core chip takes on the Core i7 9700K.

FeatureThe real purpose of escape rooms

All your life has led to this moment.

FeatureWicca is tower defense with witches and time travel and a tree that kills people

And it's from some of the people behind Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves.

You may also enjoy...

Comments (4)

Comments for this article are now closed. Thanks for taking part!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading