Unless you’ve found a group of survivors to hang with, Day Z can be a pretty lonely game. Soon that will no longer be the case, as the next update will bring with it a much-needed level of companionship in the form of dogs. Before you get too excited, these furry friends aren’t only here to make your job of surviving in Day Z’s zombie-infested post-apocalyptic world a little easier. Having a dog as an ally means you’ll have another mouth to feed, a life outside of your own that you’ll be responsible for, and the inevitable happen and Fido falls at the teeth of a zombie or by the bullet of another player, the loss is definitely going to suck. I imagine it’ll feel something like losing Agro in Shadow of the Colossus. There are still nights where I awaken, doused in a cold sweat, calling Agro’s name. My therapist says this is totally normal. What’s also normal, cool even, is if you were to click that Read More button so you can watch a substantial bit of gameplay from the next update.
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