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World War Z

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:

World War Z now has a release date on Switch thanks to an eShop listing. The game is on track to be available starting on November 3, the store page reveals.

Here’s an overview of the game:

World War Z has received an updated release window on Switch. The game is heading to the platform this fall, Koch Media and Saber Interactive have announced.

Note that World War Z on Switch includes all content from the Game of the Year Edition.

Here’s an overview of World War Z for those that missed our previous coverage:

It’s been quite some time since we last heard about the Switch version of World War Z. Saber Interactive announced the port in April 2020, and we it’s mostly been missing in action since.

Now, however, a new listing has appeared on Amazon. It not only gives us a look at the boxart, but also what looks to be first screenshots.

Here’s the full set:

Saber Interactive, the studio behind the Switch port of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has revealed that it’s bringing World War Z to Switch.

World War Z is a four-player cooperative third-person shooter. Hundreds of zombies can sometimes appear on screen, and the game also supports four players online. Saber CEO Matt Karch said that giving everything involved, the Switch port has been “the hardest thing that we have had to do”.

Karch mentioned to IGN: