And it's free
After a surprisingly successful launch in April, World War Z has been doing really well for itself in terms of sales and collective mindshare. Now, its first major update has arrived as detailed in the post-launch roadmap, and it's completely free. Titled 'Undead Sea', the
Bargain bin zombies
Well, that was pretty fast. The Deal of the Week is primarily reserved for PlayStation 4 titles that have been around a year or two, but the latest discount offers up World War Z, which came out just over a month ago. All this week, European PS4 users can grab the zombie shooter for 30 percent off, taking the price tag down to...
Hungry for more
World War Z has done far better commercially than anyone originally expected - topping the UK sales chart for the week of its launch and selling over one million copies across all platforms worldwide. It looks like developer Saber Interactive wasn't quite expecting this level of success though, because tracking down a physical copy...
It's all free
World War Z has proven to be much better than a lot of people expected, and developer Saber Interactive has been quick to capitalise by announcing a roadmap for its first season of post-launch content. It'll be free for all players on PS4, bringing with it a new mission, weapons, difficulty levels, and modes. At some point this month,...
Where's Brad Pitt?
The more games that release in an attempt to emulate it, the more we start to believe that Left 4 Dead was simply a product of its time. While the series never put in an appearance on a PlayStation console, its success was felt far and wide as multiple co-operative knock-offs tried and almost always failed to replicate the unique...
Not much of a worldy
World War Z launched yesterday, but its first day on the market didn't exactly go smoothly. Players have reported numerous issues such as multiple failed attempts to connect to the game's servers and problems during gameplay that halts progression. The biggest issue at launch appears to be a lack of servers for players to join,...
There's that commentary
World War Z is less than two weeks away from release now, but it's not up until now that we've really had a solid idea of how the game is structured or how it plays outside of its co-op capabilities. With a new trailer that wouldn't look so out of place on the Rockstar Games YouTube channel, the video above from developer...
End of the world as Z know it
World War Z will get you in the zombie stomping mood when it releases on 16th April – ten days prior to Sony’s own apocalyptic shooter Days Gone. Saber Interactive’s co-op title obviously has a multiplayer focus, so it’s not identical to the PlayStation 4 exclusive – but its emphasis on the undead did prompt...
World War Z introduces competitive multiplayer suite
Days Gone is a single player only experience, but World War Z developer Saber Interactive has gone on record claiming that it pitched a mode to Sony which was declined. This is probably what it would have looked like: players versus players versus zombies. The clip reveals a class-based...
Will you Pitt it up?
Days Gone has always looked like an unofficial World War Z game, but now there’s an official one in the works, too. This appears to be very different to Sony Bend’s take on the zombie apocalypse, however, adopting a four-player co-op format. The huge swarms of the undead are still present, though. There’s no word on a...
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