The success of World War Z caused Saber Interactive (creators of the port of The Witcher 3 for Switch) bet on the license to develop a video game on PC and consoles. On September 21, a new installment will arrive, entitled World War Z: Aftermath.
At this point no one doubts that Koch Media is one of the great publishers of the national scene, and much more after this great announcement: there will be a physical edition of World War Z Aftermath, which will be available for PS4 and Xbox One on September 21.
This new installment of the saga is a cooperative shooter set in the streets of Rome, which will also have crossover play between PC and consoles. It can be played alone or with three friends, and promises strong emotions in the confrontations against the zombies.
But be careful, because in World War Z: Aftermath we will have to free the Vatican from the clutches of the undead, as we join the brave refugee survivors in Kamchatka. One of its great novelties will be Horde XL mode, with endless waves of zombies.
World War Z: Aftermath will receive a physical in-store edition by Koch Media, which can be played on all PS4 or Xbox One models, and also will be backward compatible with PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. In the case of PC, it will be an exclusively digital release.
You may have been bitten by this license. In this case, we recommend you watch the movie and play its first installment, World War Z, which is available on PS4, Xbox One, PC … and Nintendo Switch, of which there are also news.
Koch Media has announced that The first World War Z will be released in physical format for Nintendo Switch, whose edition will be available next autumn of this 2021. The game could already be purchased in the eShop, but now fans of the saga can enjoy it in a traditional format.
World War Z: Aftermath will arrive in physical and digital stores on September 21, available for PS4, Xbox One and PC. In the case of its predecessor, Nintendo Switch users will be able to get hold of the physical edition in the final stretch of the year.
Source: Koch Media