It has been a good bit of time since we last saw or heard anything for World War Z. Last we had just the announcement that Paramount was tapping Saber Interactive to make the game and we saw pretty much a game engine version of the film so far. Now it is back and taking us to Moscow to show how they are faring in the fight against the undead in the World War Z universe. Spoiler alert, they are doing just about as well as everyone else when the world is taken over by fast zombies that can climb walls and buildings as insects and other vermin. A trait that we get to see happen here in the game's engine and how it could play out on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC when it does finally come.
On top of all of that, we also have a good look at some of the core mechanics for World War Z in terms of "base building" for the rush. As it looks and sounds here, we will get to build traps, barriers, and other things to help us and our team survive as well as to gun down all of those undead out there. Sooner or later we would have to run through all of the billions of humans who died and came back. Especially with the firepower we have here in World War Z and the basic tactics a working human brain can come up with. Maybe that will be the end goal of things in one of these games or films. Would that not be an interesting thing to see?
World War Z — Stories In Moscow
Watch World War Z’s exciting gameplay trailer! From Moscow to Jerusalem to New York, World War Z’s action-packed co-op campaign delivers unique survivor stories and missions around the world.
Make tactical use of traps, barriers and the environment to slow down the relentless hordes of the undead, then team up with friends to stay alive by unleashing a storm of firepower from all directions with a variety of heavy-hitting weapons and explosives.
Does this new footage for World War Z get you excited for the game or will you need to see more of a final build to make the final judgment on the game? Do you think that it will be possible to thin the horde enough in these missions so they can move on to just living or will we just keep seeing them respawn endlessly? What other locations are you looking to defend in the game that we have yet to see or hear about? Let us and the open world out there know what you are thinking down in the comments. For more on World War Z, be sure to stick close to the site here. We will keep bringing you all that we can for the game as it comes.