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Unreal Engine 5-powered MMO open-world tactical FPS, Gray Zone Warfare, has sold 900K units in its first month

MADFINGER Games has announced that its MMO open-world tactical FPS, Gray Zone Warfare, has sold 900K units in its first month. The game is available in Early Access on Steam, and it’s powered by Unreal Engine 5.

The devs claimed that this success ensures their long-term commitment to Gray Zone Warfare. As such, the game will continue to improve and evolve.

MADFINGER Games is currently working on performance optimizations for the game. Patch 2 is also coming soon. Plus, the devs will soon share their roadmap for big new content updates.

For those who don’t know, Gray Zone Warfare is a tactical first-person shooter game that focuses on realism. Players will need to plan and survive against both human players and computer-controlled enemies while discovering the secrets of Lamang Island. As said, the game is currently in Early Access. This Early Access version comes with a realistic shooting system with accurate real-world details. Players are also able to customize their weapons.

MADFINGER Games also claims that they have added a unique health system to the game. Instead of using the usual hitpoints, this system makes the human body behave more realistically. Each injury you get will affect how you see and perform in the game. So, it’s important to know what kind of injury you have and how to treat it to survive and help your teammates. It’s a pretty cool concept.

Finally, Gray Zone Warfare has a 42km² map of the Democratic Republic of Lamang, a fictional Southeast Asian country inspired by the stunning landscapes of Laos, for you to explore. Also, thanks to UE5, the game looks gorgeous. Yes, it may have a bit of high PC requirements, but it at least looks great. At times you can even get some “Crysis” vibes from it.

It’s worth noting that the game currently has Mixed Reviews on Steam. So, if you are on the fence about it, I suggest waiting a little more. Personally, I’m not a fan of Early Access games. And, according to the devs, Gray Zone Warfare may stay in EA for several years. So, that kind of sucks.

Stay tuned for more!

Gray Zone Warfare | Early Access Launch Trailer