Robotoki‘s open-world zombie-survival MMOFPS Human Element is officially on its way for PC from Nexon toward the later part of next year. As the Korean publisher based out of Tokyo has familiarized itself with titles such as Maplestory and Vindictus, Nexon plans to publish the project worldwide for all who dare to face the walking dead in the struggle to live on.

Thirty five years into the aftermath of an outbreak apocalypse, Human Element puts gamers into a realm where survival thrives on technique and know-how. Forced to deal with the meticulous realities of being within a world turned over to walking brain-hungry corpses, players must render a fool-proof strategy to escaping every bite and swipe.

Playstation 4 and Xbox One are also in the development process for Human Element at Robotoki, as well as some talk of adaptation for mobile devices. Human Element is scheduled for global release on PC within the fourth quarter of 2015.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.

11 COMMENTS

  1. H1Z1 and DayZ will murder this garbage, I was intrigued until I saw “from Nexon toward the later part of next year”

  2. Another zombie apocalypse game? Cmon, after the development of DayZ it just seems like they’ve been coming from nowhere. They all look pretty similar too.

    I hope this won’t turn out to be like the MOBA war that game companies just had.

    • Not only are MOBA’s overused now, but so are zombie themes. I wish it would all end. This “phase” for zombies seems like it’ll last longer than Beiberfever. Plz make it stop.

      • @Andrew

        Wouldn’t hold your breath over that. Case in point; people say Goth is a phase..but I’ve seen women in their 30s who still dress and claim to be Goth. Ugh. Fads..

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