The latest H1Z1: Just Survive producer's letter has been published to reassure the playerbase that the game is indeed moving forward with production. The post begins with a mea culpa of sorts with the admission that the most recent patch, deployed over two months ago, wasn't the "prettiest update" that has ever been released. Since that time, however, devs have been updating the Test server regularly and has been actively engaging the community for feedback.
This Live patch addresses a long list of issues so I’ll highlight just some of the more important ones: lag was a major issue with the last update. We’ve reduced it. Vehicle and base exploits were huge issues. We’ve addressed those. Loot balance was a little inconsistent before. We’ve tweaked that, too. Perhaps what’s been most important to me to address is simply how we interact with you, the Just Survive community. This starts by earning your trust back. It’s been a long two months, but I hope the team’s efforts with this update confirm our devotion to this game and to all of you.
The letter signs off with the encouraging note that Just Survive isn't dead, but is just getting started.
H1Z1: Just Survive is the survival crafting MMOG from Daybreak Game Studio.
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