Saber Interactive’s World War Z game is due out at some point this year but we’ve still no idea when. It may be sooner rather than later, considering that the game has been rated for release by the Australian ratings authority.
The Aussie ratings board has given the game a rating of MA 15+ due to violence, language, drug use, and themes. No surprise, really, because who wouldn’t be tripping balls on ket while running around bashing zombies in the balls, swearing at the top of their lungs. And, er, discussing themes around the camp fire?
World War Z is a four-player cooperative third-person shooter that has players fighting off massive swarms of zombies.
Featuring fast-paced gameplay and inspired by the Paramount Pictures property, World War Z explores new storylines and characters in gruesomely exciting gameplay, crafted specifically for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. World War Z releases in 2019.
- Survive the zombie swarm in four-player cooperate action with an arsenal of guns and gear, World War Z invites you to #OutliveTheDead
- Based on the proprietary Swarm Engine™ by Saber Interactive, seamlessly allowing hundreds of zombies to be rendered on the screen.
- Zombie Swarms behave like a real crowd, getting stuck in narrow corridors or climbing on top of each other to reach players on a higher level.
- Procedural enemy and item spawns (which are also based on a player’s performance) provide a highly replayable coop experience.
- Level up your characters and customize your weapons to survive on higher difficulties.
- Featuring unique co-op storyline campaigns around the world in New York City, Moscow, and Jerusalem, each with their own unique environment, stories, and challenges.
- Set traps, barricades, turrets, & sentries as you gear up and strategize to survive the zombie horde.
- Advanced gore and dismemberment system provides a visceral and satisfying shooter experience.
Source: Australian Ratings Board
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