Dean Hall's back is less muscular than I expected.
By Alex Walker on July 4, 2014 at 7:57 am
“Sometimes you reach the end of that and you just aren’t able to deliver the functionality you want,” Dean Hall, the mastermind behind DayZ says in his latest video interview with VG 24/7. And such is the case for the Infusion Engine, the announcement of which has confused, mystified and warmed the hearts of DayZ fans.
When the new engine was first announced, people were wondering – is Bohemia starting again with DayZ standalone? No, Hall explains, although you can hear his Kiwi-accented reasoning for yourself below.
His reasoning sounds awfully close to wanting to go back to the drawing board on a lot of areas, if not “start from scratch”, at least in the understanding that the wider internet has of that terminology. Nevertheless, he seems incredibly optimistic about it all, which is heartwarming for fans.
Not that those of you who play DayZ have hearts anyway, since you’re such a soulless, bloodthirsty lot, but still.
Source: Thanks, VG 24/7!