Posts Tagged ‘H1Z1: King of the Kill’

Steam Charts: all I play each night is Prey

In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion checks to see which ten games sold best on Steam over the past week. He just can’t sleep until he knows whether Prey made it to number one or not. Read the rest of this entry »

H1Z1: King of the Kill Q&A outlines future changes

H1Z1: King of the Kill [official site] appears week-in, week-out in both our Steam Charts and in the list of the most played games on Steam, but it’s come under increased competition and criticism for its bugs and problems since the release of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Some changes addressing a few of those problems were added to the game’s test server last week, and now a Reddit Q&A with the community has outlined more tweaks to come. Read the rest of this entry »

Steam Charts: war dawns

Did you know: the weekly Steam charts, in which we round-up the ten games which sold best on Steam over the previous week, are broadly the most-read articles on RPS these days?

That means I can never stop. Never. Stop.

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H1Z1 King Of The Kill’s next update revamps hit detection, shotguns & inventory

The goal for the folk behind H1Z1’s battle royale spin-off King Of The Kill [official site] is a game that is “consistent, competitive, fair, and fun to watch”, but there a few bumps in the road to smooth out first. The next update’s having a crack at two of these: hit detection and the shotgun – the latter being a weapon that can kill in one shot in one situation, but takes two in an ostensibly similar one. Because all should be fair in war and more war, right? The patch is also reinstating skirmish mode to the game.
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Steam Charts: battle royale battle royale

We have a GIFbot in the RPS staff chatroom. GIFbot is a treacherous and unreliable creature, often offering wildly irrelevant or breathtakingly banal results when we type ‘/gif whateverphrase’ and then cope with whatever it randomly pulls from whatever reprobate corner of the internet it’s plugged into it. However, often enough its results are so irrelevant as to be perfection itself. And so we shall keep it around for an eternity, and reach for it in our darkest hours.

For instance, in the absence of a better conceit for the latest Steam Charts. For these, once again, are the ten games with the most accumulated sales on Steam over the past week. Take it away, GIFbot. Read the rest of this entry »