The Release Date for World War Z: Aftermath on PS4, Xbox One, and PC Announced
Saber Interactive has announced the release dates for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of World War Z: Aftermath, a Co-Op multiplayer shooter game that was originally released in September 2021 on a number of other platforms. But on January 24th, 2023, gamers of the aforementioned consoles will be able to download the updated video game version at no cost.
However, not much is known about the contents of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions. But Saber Interactive gave assurances that they would provide more in depth information as the need arises.
More of Saber’s expanded Horde Mode XL was also demonstrated. The rules are the same as the standard variant, but there will occasionally be “XL” waves consisting of more than a thousand zombies thrown in. The increased technical requirements of this mode mean that it will be exclusive to the PlayStation®5, Xbox®One X|S, and PC releases.
The new update, which will be available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on January 24th, will bring new mutators to the game’s standard Horde Mode, as well as additional weapons and a reworked weapon upgrade system. But the Switch version wasn’t mentioned.
Even though Aftermath already ran at 4K at 60 frames per second on PS5 and Xbox Series X thanks to improved backward compatibility, Saber announced these upgrades in November 2021 shortly after the game’s initial release. Although Saber did not provide a specific release window for these ports, they did say in March 2022 that the official launch of the current generation would occur acxording to them, in the “coming months.” In June of that year, it was announced that these enhancements, along with Horde Mode XL, would be released by summer’s end.
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