Developer of World War Z Announces Season One Free Updates Roadmap

World War Z Updates

Saber Interactive and publisher Focus Home Interactive have announced the first phase of free DLC content for World War Z. The content includes a new mission set in Tokyo, complete with zombies, and new six-skull difficult setting with rewards and bonus cosmetics items.

The Tokyo mission will be coming in May 2019, the difficulty setting level will be added in June 2019. Lastly, July will dish out a new weekly challenge mode. In addition, further updates will bring in private lobbies to the game, a wave-based survival experience, and the ability to switch between classes in PvPvZ matches. There will also be new weapons, variants, character skins, and accessories to make up the rest of the season one roadmap.

Here are the details via Saber Interactive:

May 2019

  • New Tokyo Mission and Zombie – A brand-new mission set in Tokyo will drop alongside a terrifying zombie type that spits a deadly virus and can resurrect if not properly dispatched.

June 2019

  • Extreme Difficulty Level – A new six-skull difficulty setting with a unique reward, as well as bonus cosmetics and more.

July 2019

  • New Mode and Weapons – Players can discover the new Weekly Challenge mode, plus additional cosmetics and other goodies.

More to Come

  • Other major upgrades in development for further free updates include a wave-based survival mode, private lobbies, the ability to switch classes during PvPvZ matches, field of view (FOV) and level of detail sliders on PC, and more.

World War Z was just released last month on April 16 and is the video game adaptation of the classic 2006 zombie novel by Max Brooks. The game had sold over 1 million copies across PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the first week of sales.

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