World War Z: Aftermath, a zombie-slaying sequel from Saber Interactive, is now available on PS5 and Xbox Series X. The game, which is based on the 2019 film World War Z, was launched today on consoles and PC.
World War Z: Aftermath has been hailed as a thrilling sequel to the original, with intriguing new features, sophisticated AI, and, of course, the opportunity to unleash a ton of lead on undead hordes. Despite a few design issues and the occasional bug, gamers can immerse themselves in action in beautiful 4K at 60 frames per second.
World War Z: Aftermath is a four-player cooperative third-person zombie shooter that is a follow-up to the original World War Z game, which was published over two years ago. The makers of World War Z: Aftermath not only improved the original game but also introduced new areas, features, and tales for players to enjoy.
Despite being labeled as a sequel, the game skirts the line between being a standalone title and an improved version of its predecessor. The sequel also contains a completely new first-person perspective, in addition to additional content such as 4K compatibility for next-gen platforms, a new player class, weapon customization, character growth routes, and melee combat enhancements.
World War Z: Aftermath has received a brand new video, showcasing the game’s improved 4K and 60 FPS support for next-gen platforms. The game is available now for $39.99 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with enhanced features available for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
The game will come with current-gen compatibility at launch, as well as support for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S platform features, as well as a Horde Mode XL. Anyone who bought the game on PS4, Xbox One, or PC will get the upgrade for free. The game also includes all of the material from World War Z: Game of the Year Edition. For $19.99, those who already possess that game may upgrade to Aftermath.
The sequel to World War Z has a lot of fresh material for fans of the franchise to enjoy. Whether gamers have previously played the original or are totally new to the franchise, Aftermath looks to cater to both old and new fans. Thanks to the upgrade option, those who buy the original won’t have to pay extra to play the sequel.
While World War Z: Aftermath appears to improve the player experience without compromising the game’s core elements, the next few days will likely show if it lives up to its claims. Multi-console compatibility and beautiful, high-definition visuals are wonderful features for a new game, but they come with a lot of risks. However, in a typical Left 4 Dead manner, the creators look to have created a successful sequel.