When DayZ first released, it was released as a mod for the tactical shooter, known as ARMA 2 and its expansion pack Operation Arrowhead. The mod was a multiplayer open world survival horror mod, that was designed by Dean Hall. The mod itself places players' in a world that has been overrun by zombies of all things. Since its release, DayZ has become very popular and is getting its own standalone version for the PC.
DayZ, a highly popular, that comes to you from Dean "Rocket" Hall is having a standalone version of the game being released for PC sometime in June. With that being said, Dean Hall had a little interview with The Escapist, in which he said that a console port of the game could happen, as long as the PC launch of the game is successful. Dean Hall also said that he had discussed this with Sony, which you will be able to see what he said below.
Dean Hall said:
"Certainly I think if we don't – for want of a better word – 'fuck up' the PC release, then I would say a console port is almost certain," Hall told The Escapist. "I know a lot of people get really hot and bothered about it. Like, I'm not a console gamer, I'm a PC gamer, but I don't think it necessarily has to hurt things."Source: Joystiq.
Hall has put his thoughts into action already: He met with Sony and people there were into the idea.
"It appears to be the kind of game that Sony are interested in; I think we just have to wait and see," he said. "We've talked and met with Sony, and they're obviously interested."