10% off during introductory period.
By Tim Colwill on December 18, 2012 at 5:10 pm
The War Z, also known as “The Game That is Not DayZ”, or as we called it “a boring, soul-less apocalypse” is now available on Steam. Priced at $15 for just the game itself, The War Z is also available to be purchased with in-game currency, which bumps it up into bundles of $25 and $50 respectively. All options are on sale for 10% off during this introductory period.
This Steam launch is being labelled a “Foundation Release” by developers Hammerpoint, who claim that the game now has more than 600,000 registered accounts and a daily player count of 150,000. It’s not known whether “Foundation Release” means “beta” or “extended alpha” or “post-beta-but-not-quite-gold-either”. It’s all a mystery.
If you’ve previously purchase the game and would like it in Steam instead, Hammerpoint will be offering a conversion page where you can generate a Steam key for yourself.
We’re chatting about this in the forum right now. Maybe you should stop by?
Source: PC Gamer