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New Status Report – January 15, 2016

Just two weeks after the start of the new year and the DayZ dev team has already release another status reportĀ filled with juicy information for the upcoming year. Unfortunately there aren’t many content changes featured in the new status update, which is understandable – the guys have just come back from holiday after all. What…

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The DayZ News Post – Issue #1 New Bicycle Tease

We’re starting a new segment which will gather all of the latest happenings in the DayZ community and compile it into one single place. The regularity of these posts will depend on how often more important news takes it’s place. In our first issue, we have a new teaser image showing off the long-wanted bicycle…

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0.59 Experimental Making It’s Way to Stable Branch Today

In the latest update for the 0.59 experimental branch, throwing physics seem to be working better than they were previously. A Reddit userĀ posted a .gif showing off the throwing physics in action. In the .gif, a player can be seen pushing a barrel down the hill and the barrel rolls smoothly down the slope, just…

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