World War Z launches on Nintendo Switch

For the first time in the World War Z series, players can kill zombies on the go.

Saber Interactive has announced the release of World War Z on the Nintendo Switch. World War Z is a third-person survival shooter inspired by the popular Paramount Pictures film that has been played by over 15 million players worldwide across all platforms and is now arriving on Nintendo’s console with a modified version to enhance the gameplay experience.

Can you survive?

World War Z is the biggest zombie title on the¬†Switch, providing an exciting action-adventure powered by Saber’s dynamic Swarm Engine and built by the Saber team that created The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s highly praised Switch edition.

Fight for humanity’s survival against the unrelenting forces of the zombie apocalypse in epic tale campaign episodes set in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem, and Tokyo in solo or co-op for up to four players. With seven diverse classes and an array of lethal weaponry, explosives, turrets, and traps, you may take on large hordes of hundreds of ravenous zombies in numerous game types.

The Horde Z game mode and the Marseille story mission episode of World War Z will be released as free post-launch DLC for Switch at a later date. The PvPvZ game option is now available for free in North America and will soon be available to all other Switch gamers globally.

World War Z is now available for $39.99 on the Nintendo Switch. The downloadable version of World War Z – Deluxe Edition, which includes the Lobo weapon pack, Biohazard weapon pack, Military weapon pack, Last Aid weapon pack, Signature weapon pack, War Heroes’ character skin pack, and Professionals character skin pack. That version costs $49.99.

Watch the launch trailer down below!

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