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DayZ standalone racks up two million sales

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The last time we checked in on Dean Hall's zombie apocalypse simulation, DayZ, the game's standalone incarnation had sold over 1.7 million copies. Now, a month later, that figure has grown to two million.

Hall broke the news on Twitter, noting that these two million sales come less than six months after the standalone version of DayZ first debuted on Steam Early Access. It had previously been available as a wildly popular ArmA 2 modification, which no doubt bolstered the success of its standalone, retail incarnation.

Still, if we learn anything here, it's that modern affection for zombies is as undying as those decrepit, ravenous bags of flesh themselves.
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