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World War Z gameplay

Gameplay has come in for the Switch version of World War Z, Saber Interactive’s co-op third-person shooter featuring swarms of zombies. Today’s video contains just under a half hour of footage.

For more on World War Z, check out the following overview:

World War Z trailer

World War Z is out on Switch today, and Focus Entertainment and Saber Interactive are celebrating with a new trailer.

For those that haven’t been keeping up with our previous coverage, check out the following overview containing additional information:

SnowRunner was recently given a new update on Switch, bringing the game to version 1.0.5. It comes with various general fixes and improvements to some trucks.

Below are the full patch notes for the SnowRunner version 1.0.5 update:

Aeon Must Die! gameplay

Following its release at the end of last week, we have gameplay of Aeon Must Die! on Switch. The video showcases a half hour of footage from the beat ’em up title.

Here’s some information about Aeon Must Die!:

Aeon Must Die release date

Publisher Focus Entertainment and developer Limestone Games have set a release date for Aeon Must Die!, their stylish beat ’em up game. Switch owners can pick up the title starting October 14.

Here’s an overview of the game:

World War Z Switch

We’ve seen World War Z on Switch with screenshots, but not any actual footage. That changes today with a new trailer that’s just come in from Focus Entertainment and Saber Interactive.

World War Z on Switch will offer fast-paced third-person shooter gameplay with swarms of hundreds of zombies. It’s all powered by Saber’s Swarm Engine. Expect to travel to New York, Moscow, Jerusalem and Tokyo on your own or as a squad of up to four players. The game has seven unique classes as well as various weapons, explosives, turrets and traps.

Here’s the full trailer for the Switch version of World War Z:

Aeon Must Die! was announced for Switch and other platforms last year. Some controversy followed, with former developers that worked on the project claiming that they experienced crunch, lack of payments, and more. It’s unclear what has happened behind the scenes over the last twelve months, but we do know that the project is moving forward.

Focus Home Interactive reintroduced the beat ’em up game today. Aside from sharing a new trailer, the company is committed to a 2021 launch window.

Here’s the latest on the game:

Focus Home Interactive acquires Dotemu

Focus Home Interactive today announced that it has acquired Dotemu. The deal should be fully closed in September.

According to today’s announcement, “Dotemu will be able to give even greater ambition to its projects and give itself the means to broaden the range of services offered to studios, in order to guarantee the success of their productions on the retro label as well as on the publishing label The Arcade Crew.”

Dotemu has published a number of games on Switch, including Streets of Rage 4, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, and Ys Origin. It is also involved with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge and Windjammers 2.

The full announcement can be read below.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground has been updated on Switch. Focus Home Interactive and Gasket Games have issued version 1.2.

According to the patch notes, the update includes a few different fixes. You can read up on all of the issues addressed below.

A Plague Tale: Innocence arrives on new platforms today, including Switch. We have a launch trailer for the game below.

A Plague Tale: Innocence – Cloud Version can be accessed on Switch starting today.


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