World War Z: Aftermath è in uscita per PlayStation 4 e Xbox One

World War Z: Aftermath è in uscita per PlayStation 4 e Xbox One

The ultimate zombie-themed coop-shooter experience has a name, and it’s World War Z: Aftermath, the sequel to the first chapter. The game is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In addition, in the fall, the original title will also land on Nintendo Switch.

From 21 September on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Very little is missing from the release of World War Z: Aftermath for console. The game, which consists of a zombie themed co-op shooter, will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One starting September 21, 2021. After the successful original chapter inspired by the blockbuster film of the same name, the events of the new chapter will take place right in the Vatican City.

To characterize the gameplay there will also be the new melee system, which will allow you to fight with unique moves. The gaming experience will be guaranteed by the extraordinary 4K with 60 FPS, which makes gaming sessions extremely immersive, especially in mode Horde Mode XL, which features hundreds of zombies on the screen. Players will also be able to experience a heart-pounding new perspective with the new and engaging first-person mode Aftermath.

World War Z coming to Nintendo Switch

The original chapter, World War Z, will also land on Nintendo Switch starting in autumn 2021. Save humanity that is on the brink of extinction. From New York to Moscow, Jerusalem and more, the undead apocalypse continues to spread. As the end looms, help a handful of survivors and join them to defeat the undead horde.

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