WarZ gets a “Spiritual Successor”
Remember that Day Z ripoff that was so bad it was removed from Steam and Valve themselves refunded people who bought it? Remember how it killed many people's faith (including my own) on Steam's ability to quality control their games? Remember how it was so bad, that when it made its way back onto Steam, they changed the name to try and trick people into buying it? If the memories that are suddenly flooding back to you don't make you want to vomit, I can assure you that this will: The devs are now making a "spiritual successor" to The WarZ/Infestation. This is due to the fact that they are unable to make modifications to the original game due to them leaving their partnership with the publisher, OP Productions.
The "Spiritual sequel" is dubbed "Romero's Aftermath" and I'm guessing is based on the devs being in the aftermath of releasing a game rivalling the likes of Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing and Superman 64 in the league of worst games ever made and is accompanied by one of the most blatant "We won't fuck up this time, promise!" message by the devs I've ever seen. One silver lining to this story is that if you were one of the unlucky people to buy the game or get gifted it as a joke, you will get into the Early Access free. Or you know, be given the option only to not wade into that trash heap a second time if you are sensible.