Nipped in the bud.
Despite digital version having been out for 5 years.
Four years after it was announced for the console.
Plus DayZ, Game Pass, and more.
After nearly five years in development.
Aiming for 1.0 release before end of year.
Yes, it's still in Early Access on PC.
Coming to Xbox Game Preview very soon.
"We're serious about it."
Denser forests! Ambient sounds! Wind! More!
And it's playable on the show floor.
Answers from the creative director.
"I need to be deliberately coy..."
New security measures are being implemented.
"We understand the frustrations and difficulties of public development..."
Just "a test run" for now.
UPDATE: "It's now about me proving I have learned lessons and we deliver on stuff."
Old and new, this is our pick of the PC games you should play today.
In only 13 months on sale.
A big interview for a big new year.
Friend or foe?
Initially based in Dunedin, NZ.
Reveals update plans for 2015, price increases next week.
See the officially recognised spin-off in action.
UPDATE: Dean Hall says nope.
Top-down MiniDayZ playable in your browser.
2015 release depends on console Early Access program, Hall says.
"You are not playing DayZ, you are playing development builds."
We ask the question.
Dean Hall "shocked" Bohemia put it there.
Hall talks DayZ on console and his Tycoon style game.
Combined with DayZ sales, that's a nice Czech.
Not bad for a Steam Early Access game.
DayZ, survival, and the glorious cult of cruelty.
From Operation Flashpoint to a Greek prison and back again.
Starving, mountains, zombies: his incredible story.
And 2014 roadmap: Respawning loot! Fireplaces! Crossbows!
First-person survival horror as Ian terrifies himself on DayZ's more challenging servers.
Chernarus town planning.
"Boy, Sony and Microsoft love their meetings, eh?"
He explains why.
Yesterday's livestream in full.
Ian joins forces with James from Outside Xbox.
DayZ hits 1m sales in one month.
Undead marathon kicks off at 1pm today.
But Bohemia promises "huge progress" this year.
Developer session and live interview set for March event.
Bean a long time coming.
Had a very Merry Christmas indeed.
UPDATE: With over 172K copies sold in 24 hours.
Alpha can you get?
Dawn of the dead.
"Buying early will be a recipe for disappointment."
"Viewer discrection is strongly advised."
"We need performance."
Change your password.
And what do we make of the shared-world games and MOBAs that have risen up to replace them?
Dean Hall presents the latest build at Rezzed 2013.
Ubisoft and more on connected freedom.
Watch PC and indie panels, live demos and developer talks all through this weekend.
Has already been approached by Sony and Microsoft, but is focusing on the PC version for now.
Plus panels with top developers, hosted by RPS. Full schedule for next weekend's PC event now online.
"I don't think it necessarily has to hurt things."
Plus, a poor diet will affect a character's long-term health.
Creator Dean Hall talks through some of the changes.
Turns out he had his own plans for something called DayZ Origins.
Is she, is that, am I...?
But Dean Hall feels "fantastic about the situation" at last.
Bailed ArmA devs arrive home to emotional scenes.
"I'm very angry."
"It's going to be very emotional for everyone when they are home."
Seized chance to make game "we all dreamed it could be".
Tables, broken windows, man in pants.
Diary of the dead.
Things change, like humans into zombies.
Of fascinating building interiors!
Video recovered from down the back of YouTube's sofa.
And gives his opinion on lookalike War Z.
Hopes ArmA, DayZ fans will answer the call.
Producer cites Minecraft's XBLA success, hints at digital release.
Spliced montages we recommend watching.
Video flesh from PAX.
DayZ's creator on the mod's past, present and standalone future.
"They might feel it was not fair because they had to pay money for something that was initially free if they owned Arma 2."
In which James is tempted off course by a helicopter wreck.
In which James is defeated by a hay bale, sees an unlikely bus stop, and takes his first shot in anger.
Dean "Rocket" Hall hails "fairy-tale outcome".
Zombie mod sure is infectious.
In which James follows survival tips from none other than Day Z creator Dean Hall - and attempts a raid.
In which James meets a cow, dreams of an island paradise and accidentally dooms a friendly player.
In which a clueless James stumbles into the zombie survival game and meets his first player. What happened next?
"A lot" of fixes to multiplayer.
Dean Hall predicted it would happen.
One way or another, it's going to happen, Hall tells Eurogamer.
That's how popular.
On the standalone game, dogs and much more.
Huge and candid Q&A on the biggest PC game of 2012.
Plus, German Shepherds are coming.
Zombie survival sim also playable on show floor.
"You just bricked your copy of ArmA2 in multiplayer."
Developers mull legal action against rogue forum admin.
Creator Dean Hall on what's next for his extraordinary ArmA 2 mod.
Welcome to the corpse run.