The lead developer of the stand alone version of the DayZ mod for ArmA II has now said that they "don't know" when the game will be released, saying, "We're going to take our time."
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The stand alone game launch of the ArmA II mod DayZ has been delayed past its planned launch before the end of 2012, but a closed test will be launched soon for a few testers.
The first screenshots from the upcoming stand alone version of the popular zombie game DayZ have been released, showing off the interior of one of the game's houses.
Bohemia Interactive has confirmed it will publish a stand alone game based on the ArmA II mod DayZ. The original mod will still be available and will also be updated.
The acclaimed DayZ mod for ArmA II could become a stand alone game by the end of 2012, with a low price point, if the mod's developer can get a financial agreement settled.
DayZ, the zombie-themed mod for ArmA II, now has 420,000 players, according to its creator, with 22,000 peak concurrent players and 110,000 players in a 24 hour period.
Day Z, a zombie-themed free third party mod for the military shooter ArmA II, has become so popular that it has boosted sales of the original game in the past week.