Population Zero is a 2016 found footage crime thriller film directed by Adam Levins that premiered at the Newport Beach International Film Festival on April 26, 2016. The filmmakers were inspired to make the movie after learning of the existence of a small portion of Yellowstone National Park that, under the Sixth Amendment's Vicinage Clause, could enable one to commit a crime without having a jury be able to try them, thus creating "the perfect crime". This idea was first written about in a Georgetown Law Journal article, "The Perfect Crime," by Michigan State University law professor Brian C. Kalt.
How Many People Play Population Zero?
We estimate that 2,902 people play per day, with a total player base of 30,544.
- Subscribers: 30,544
- Daily Players: 2,902
- Genres: Action, Adventure, RPG, Massively Multiplayer, Indie
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2020-05-05
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Population Zero Description
Population Zero is an online game about the struggle for survival in a dangerous alien world: the community of players will be divided into colonies and factions, constantly conflicting with each other for territories, resources and technologies. You will be able to fight hostile players, destroy their bases and seize resource-rich lands.