You actually remind me of a story I heard yesterday. Some guys encountered a person being chased by zombies and got stuck inside a garage. When they cleared out the zombies and called out to the survivor, no response. Checked the garage, no one there. OOCly I know (suspect?) that the person probably went inside and just logged off to log back in later when zombies will despawn but yeah, it does add to the mystery. Were those guys having a hallucination? Or maybe that person crawled through a window and escaped?
I wholehardly disagree. A lot of people said their piece so I'll tell you a story about infected. I had the best and the most annoying run I've ever had yesterday on DayZRP. Infected were so numerous that I actually managed to get myself stuck in the apartment complex! I was then faced with a choice. Try to kill them one by one by carefully bringing 1 zombie at the time inside the apartment, wait them out or jump out of the balcony, which surely would break my leg. If not for recent updates, I'd jump out of the window in a heartbeat. Right now the game actually makes me hestitant and consider all options. Frankly the ONLY thing that I'd change is water/food levels dropout speed. Especially food. We're losing it too fast imho but thats just me. Everything else? Leave it as it is or maybe even add an apple or two to our spawn loadout.
Here is the question though. If Namalsk proves successful in having a consisent (even small) number of people, will it stay or will it be closed when winter ends either way? Other than that, I'm hype for a change of scenery! Even if for a while.
It's an RPG first and foremost but yeah, I doubt the multiplayer will be like GTA or RDR in which they created FiveM/RedM to facilitate RP servers. Who knows though, maybe some fans will surprise us in that regards? Time will tell.