When we first got the chance to save humanity in World War Z back in 2019, communities were split. On one hand there were those who didn’t get what World War Z was looking to deliver, and there were those who absolutely adored what it delivered – us, for instance. The rough 70 odd scores on Metacritic proved that to be the point. If you were one of those who loved the chance to go zombie bashing though, there’s a good chance you’re going to be fully involved with the arrival of World War Z: Aftermath.
World War Z: Aftermath takes the original base game of World War Z and adds on a host of new and exciting ideas and features. With full cross-play in the house it’ll let you and your mates team up to take on the zombie hordes as you take in a new story that delivers a ton of intensity, taking you through zombie-ravaged locations from around the globe. Expect to be found visiting the Vatican City and found traipsing around the snowy fields of Russia’s Kamchatka peninsula.
Aftermath also comes with a new first person viewpoint and the chance to expand on the unique character classes with an all-new Vanguard class. Each of these come with their own perks and styles, whilst further customisation of weaponry and the inclusion of daily missions will just further the options available.
What’s more, Aftermath arrives with glorious 4K/60FPS visuals behind it – and that means the zombie smashing will look all the better as you go at it.
So how do you get involved? Well, World War Z is present and correct from the Xbox Store, either via old-school cash being paid upfront, or via the power of Xbox Game Pass. Once you have that you’ll discover that the Aftermath itself can be initiated for £16.74, whilst a full-on Deluxe Edition of the game (including everything you could ever want) is available for £41.74.
If you’re looking for the next evolution of the ultimate cooperative zombie shooter, you’ve just found it in World War Z: Aftermath.
World War Z: Aftermath is the ultimate co-op zombie shooter inspired by Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster film, and the next evolution of the original hit World War Z that has now captivated over 15 million players. Turn the tide of the zombie apocalypse on consoles and PC with full cross-play. Join up to three friends or play on your own with AI teammates against hordes of ravenous zombies in intense story episodes across new zombie-ravaged locations around the world. Take back Vatican City in an epic confrontation in Rome, and join forces with survivors in Russia’s snowbound Kamchatka peninsula.