"World War Z" is a third-person shooter video game by Focus Home Interactive, Mad Dog Games, LLC and Saber Interactive, developed by Saber Interactive.
Here are "World War Z" video game trailer, gameplay, features, release date and everything we know so far.
PlayStation Europe on Friday, April 12, 2019 released the trailer for "World War Z" you can watch here:
World War Z | Launch Trailer | PS4.
Here is a short review of "World War Z" video game gameplay features.
The game is a cooperative third-person shooter in which four players fight against massive hordes of zombies in locations including: New York, Jerusalem, Moscow, Tokyo, and Marseille. Players can choose from six classes, including the Gunslinger, the Hellraiser, who specializes in using explosives, the Fixer, the Medic, the Slasher, who specializes in using mêlée, the Exterminator, who specializes in crowd control, and the Dronemaster, who specializes in using a drone to attack zombies or support teammates. New perks and weapons can be unlocked for each of the classes as players progress in the game. The game can support up to 1,000 enemies appearing on-screen simultaneously, and they can climb onto each other to reach players on a higher level. Players can collect different items in the battlefield, but their locations are procedurally generated. In addition to fighting zombies, players also need to complete different objectives, such as escorting survivors, in each location.
The game features five competitive multiplayer modes. The Player vs Player vs Zombie mode pits two teams of players against each other while the zombie hordes attack both teams. Other modes include Swarm Deathmatch, Swarm Domination, and King of the Hill.
A group of survivors fail to reach an evacuation point set up by the U.S. Army and are forced to fight their way back down to the streets. They are soon contacted by another group of survivors who have procured a subway train that will take them to another evacuation site. The group manage to reach the train and help prepare it for departure while fighting off swarms of zombies trying to overrun the train. Though they manage to get the train started, they are stopped by a sealed door that was previously manned by other survivors who were meant to open it upon their arrival. After opening the sealed door, the group fights their way to the last Army evacuation site but find all the ships have left and the remaining soldiers and survivors have been killed. Finding a boat attached to a winch, the group desperately try to bring it ashore as their last chance of escape while fighting off a massive zombie horde. After boarding the boat, the survivors leave New York. Somewhere along the way, however, the boat runs out of fuel and the survivors are once again left stranded in a zombie-infested town. They eventually come across another evacuation site still manned by the Army and full of wounded civilians. With the help of a gunship, the group desperately tries to defend the site under siege from multiple hordes as the soldiers evacuate the civilians. Things take a turn for the better when the Air Force arrives and destroys the remaining hordes, allowing everyone else to escape via helicopters.
"World War Z" video game release date was scheduled to be on April 16, 2019 (worldwide) published by Mad Dog Games, LLC, Saber Interactive and Focus Home Interactive.
World War Z is a single-player, cooperative gameplay and multiplayer video game.
World War Z uses Swarm Engine engine.
World War Z is available for the following platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
"World War Z" video game is rated "M", according to the ESRB video game rating system, and "PEGI 18", according to the PEGI video game rating system.
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