Battle royale-styled games are pretty hot at the moment. Take a look at PUBG and Fortnite, the latter in which it has been reported to be making $2 million a day on iOS alone. With that being said, it’s not surprising to see that other companies want in on the action, and it looks like fans and gamers of H1Z1 can look forward to a mobile version of the game.


NantWorks has announced that they will be investing in Daybreak (the company behind H1Z1) where they will be part of a new joint venture between the company and NantG Mobile. This will result in mobile versions of both H1Z1 and EverQuest to be developed.

According to Daybreak’s owner and chairman of the board, Jason Epstein, “Daybreak Games is pleased to have NantWorks as our investment partner to support and accelerate the growth of our company. Working with NantWorks, NantStudio and Dr. Soon-Shiong will allow us to maintain our cutting-edge development in the video game industry and to benefit from Nant’s technological expertise and reach as a resource.”

There is no word on when we might be able to look forward to mobile versions of either H1Z1 or EverQuest, but if you play either of those games, then it could be worth looking forward to.

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