H1Z1: King of the Kill is a fast paced shooter in which players enter large-scale chaotic PvP matches to try and become – what else – the king of the hill. It is a battle of skills, wits, and more than a bit of luck, as players fight and kill for the right to stand at the top when the dust settles. Get into the high-intensity, arena-style grudge matches and activate your inner beast mode. Gear up fast, throw together a game plan, and we’ll see if you have what it takes to be the last man standing. Rack up a kill streak or just add to the chaos – this is a spectacle and only one fighter can be King of the Kill. Will it be you?
H1Z1: King Of The Kill Key Features
Battle Royale – Parachute in, grab your weapons and armor, and listen for the toxic gas sirens… Watch out for other players and in this kill or be killed game mode.
Ignition – An on-the-clock, frenzied game mode where players are equipped with an explosive device and must gear up, jump on their ATV, and gun it to the safe zone before time runs out.
Tournaments – H1Z1: King of the Kill is a highly competitive game as much fun to watch as it is to play. Online and in-person tournaments are often going on.
- CPU:Intel i5 Quad-Core
- RAM:6 GB RAM
- HDD:20 GB available space
- Video:nVidia GeForce GTX 280 series or higher
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