World War Z

World War Z’s Switch Launch Trailer Promises Tidal Waves of Zombie-Slaying Mayhem

Today, developer Saber Interactive and publisher Paramount Pictures dropped a new Nintendo Switch trailer to commemorate the debut of their co-op zombie-shooter, World War Z, on Nintendo’s handheld hybrid.

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That’s right, the US-based studio’s undead-slaying experience has officially made its way to Switch so you can now mow down waves upon waves of the walking dead on the go. Hooray for portables!

If you want to check out how the title runs on the Big N’s latest system, feel free to take a gander at the new footage down below:

From what we can gather from the video above, the game appears to run surprisingly smoothly on Nintendo’s latest hardware. Interestingly, the team that developed this World War Z port are the same folks who brought us the Switch version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which also received praise for running pretty well on Ninty’s popular gadget.

Of course, World War Z first launched on PC, Xbox One and PS4 back in 2019, and is a licensed video game inspired by 2013’s eponymous Marc Forster infection movie starring Brad Pitt.

For more information about the title, here’s the rundown courtesy of a press release we received today:

Saber Interactive has released World War Z, the best-selling zombie shooter inspired by Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster film and experienced by over 15 million players worldwide, on Nintendo Switch. World War Z is available today on the Nintendo eShop and at major retailers for $39.99. World War Z – Deluxe Edition, featuring a bounty of bonus weapons and skins, is available digitally for $49.99.

World War Z is the biggest zombie game on Nintendo Switch, delivering a thrilling action experience powered by Saber’s dynamic Swarm Engine™ and developed by the team at Saber that produced the acclaimed Switch edition of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Battle for humanity’s survival against the relentless forces of the undead apocalypse alone or in up-to-four-player co-op in thrilling story campaign episodes in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem and Tokyo. Take on massive hordes of hundreds of bloodthirsty zombies across multiple game modes with seven unique classes and an arsenal of deadly weapons, explosives, turrets and traps.

World War Z on Nintendo Switch Features:

  • Battle the Terrifying Zombie Swarm: Face hundreds of zombies on screen for the first time ever on Nintendo Switch, all brought to life in gruesome detail with incredible set-piece battles featuring explosive firepower and action.
  • Story-Driven Co-op Campaign: Outlive the dead through intense campaign episodes around the world set in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem and Tokyo. Play solo with AI teammates or in squad co-op for up to four players.
  • Get Stronger & Never Surrender: Choose from seven distinct character classes, unlock powerful weapon upgrades, and take on even greater battles in Challenge mode.

World War Z is available now for Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One and PS4.


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