The Launch Trailer for the World War Z Game is Here
The latest player vs. player vs. zombie shooter experience arrives next week and we have the final trailer to get you ready for it.
By Chris Morse
The next zombie shooter to be shambling its way to us is the upcoming World War Z video game from Saber Interactive. The game launches early next week on April 16th and publisher Focus Home Interactive has released the final launch trailer, which you can check out above.
This latest trailer teases each of the game's primary features, ranging from the maps and campaigns to the mass amounts of zombies and player vs. player combat. The game has no shortage of zombies to throw at you and doesn't hold back in giving you many fun and exciting ways to destroy as many of them as possible. Check out this final preview above and read on for more details on this release.
World War Z is all about going up against swarms of fast-moving zombies with all the firepower you can get your hands on. Featuring maps set in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem, and Tokyo, each area features its own group of survivors with their own story and objectives.
There are six classes in total for you to build a team with: Gunslinger, Hellraiser, Slasher, Medic, Fixer, and Exterminator. The game will allow you to combine the strengths of each class within your team to survive on maps featuring procedural enemy and item spawns, with the ultimate goal of giving the players a highly replayable experience.
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