H1Z1: Battle Royale for PlayStation 4
PS4

H1Z1: Battle Royale

May 22, 2018
7.51
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Average
1131st of 4494

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Daybreak Game
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

H1Z1: Battle Royale is a pure, fast-paced battle royale shooter re-imagined and built for console. Drop in to a massive map in search of weapons, ammo, vehicles and air drops to get a leg up on the competition and be the last one standing.

Gamer Reviews

78751 Reviews
7.92
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1 review
7.00
Aug 27, 2019

The game runs 60 fps with some drops on the ps4. The gameplay unfortunaly feels prett outdated especially when it comes to character animations. Gun sounds are great. They also brought over a new map after a long time but did the bad move of deleting the old map which was prefered by most people. I would defently recommend giving this a try since it's free to play .

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Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
7.10
Ashley BatesAug 15, 2018
Though it’s not without fault, and will likely do little to take away from Fortnite’s ever-growing popularity, H1Z1 on PS4 is a worthy addition to the crowded genre. Plus, it’s free. Can’t complain with that.Microtransactions: Yes, you can buy in-game currency for money. It's free to play though, so that's pretty much expected at this point.
Chandler WoodAug 16, 2018
Without knowing if or when PUBG might come to PS4, H1Z1: Battle Royale gives players an ample replacement if they’d rather not get into Fortnite. Daybreak just needs to start hosting some interesting events and updates in order to keep players hooked and interested going forward. I wouldn’t say no to a little bit of work on those visuals either. Until then, I think I’ll just go watch the movie that inspired this whole gaming trend.
Andrew GilbertAug 14, 2018
Overall, H1Z1 may be a pioneer of the Battle Royale craze, but in the games current form, it just cannot stack up against PUBG and Fortnite due to its lack of focus, polish, and overall content. It’s ambitious map size and player count work against the overall interest of the game’s flow, often making matches feel stretched beyond necessity to no real benefit.

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