A new trailer is out for the upcoming World War Z game. While the trailer is mostly comprised of cinematics, there are some brief scenes of action-packed gameplay unsurprisingly showing groups of people emptying their ammo clips on charging hordes of zombies.
The four-player co-op survival shooter was originally announced at last year’s The Game Awards pre-show by Saber Interactive, the developers behind Time Shift (2007) and the upcoming Quake Champions, but since then details surrounding the game has been surprisingly scarce.
This game seems to focus on the Russian side of the zombie invasion, which was never explored in the film (although there is a deleted scene that can be viewed on the film’s Blu-ray release).
The game will allow you to play by your lonesome, or as part of a local or online co-op team. World War Z will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. While the game was expected to be released in 2018, there has been no official release date confirmed for the upcoming title, with the end of the trailer simply reading “coming soon.”
What do you think of the trailer? Does this make you excited for World War Z? Or would you rather not waste your time on another zombie-themed title? Let us know in the comments below!