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DayZ Developers Get To Pretend They're Zombies

Posted on Friday, February 22 @ 19:00:00 PST by

This new video blog from Bohemia Interactive, the studio behind the wildly successful DayZ mod, answers important questions. "How do you eat a brain?" "How does a zombie run?" "Why don't zombies wear golfballs?"

Dean Hall, the original developer of DayZ, and his team are gearing up to release the full standalone version of DayZ and part of that process involves motion-capture work for all the zombies in game. Even if you're not interested in zombie games (there are so many of them!) maybe a bunch of goofy developers pretending to be zombies can convince you to give the mod a try.

We'll have more on DayZ as it nears standalone release. If you've been playing the mod, share one of your survivor stories in the comments!
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