Infestation: Survivor Stories has 1.3 million registered players

Tuesday, 23rd July 2013 21:20 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Infestation: Survivor Stories, previously known as The War Z from OP Productions, has over 1.3 million registered players worldwide.

The figure was announced in a press release sent out on the zombie survival MMO, which saw its Foundation Release in December 2012.

Here’s some stats:

Over 1.3 million registered players to date
More than 400,000 players log in per month
More than 100,000 players log in daily
Average player has spent more than 95 hours playing
More than 51,119,373 characters created to date
More than 2,248,355,148 zombies killed
More than 52,000 clans created with more than 500,000 players belonging to one of the clans

“We’re really happy to see such enthusiasm for Infestation from players as we continue to develop new content for the game,” said executive producer Sergey Titov. “We remain committed to providing the best gaming experience for our fans by using community feedback to polish existing gameplay and to help us plan for additional content, which will be released in a large update later this summer.”

The game was given a name change back in June.



  1. luv1138

    I assume they get so many players due to the price cut, since game is $4 right now.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. boothegreat

    Let alone only a few thousand are on at a time, once the people realized it was a scam and a shit game, they left.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. MFBB

    Its not a scam and not a shit game.

    4$ online shooter/survival game in zombie world.

    I prefer it over DayZ for better handling/gameplay and way more action.

    DayZ offers more features and focuses on the survival part, which most people prefer.

    But there is nothing wrong with either of them.

    The guys who made Warz/Infestation changed there online shooter plans and turned it into this zmbie world mmo style game to profit from the zombie/dayZ hype.

    Successfull games get copied all the time.

    #3 1 year ago

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