Player H1Z1, the inspiration for Unknown’s Battlegrounds, switched to the official version on February 28th.
The past year, as you all know, has been a big boom in the Battle Royale games. Most players have recognized this current with PUBG, but the history of H1Z1 is still based on the past. That’s why in many ways the H1Z1 was the inspiration for the popular game. Despite the fact that it has been so long since its release, the official version of the game has arrived today.
After the update, a thermal map showing the players’ locations was added to the game from a remote jump. At this point the players will be able to set a tactical direction at first. In addition, a new scoring system has been added for each region to calculate the achievements of the players separately. According to the new system, players will receive extra prizes from the people they have killed in the regions where they are successful.
The biggest feature added to the official version is the “Auto Royale” game mode. In this new mode of play, where 120 players, 30 braces, special light machine guns, armor, turbo boosters and fire extinguishers are added. In Auto Royale mode, players have to do all they can to win to destroy all the cars in the game. It’s up to you to do what you’re going to play in this mode, like Death Race. You can go ahead like Frank and collect all the power, or you can kill all your opponents, ignoring the race. At first glance it looks like this mode will be very enjoyable.