World War Z screenshots, key artwork

Four-player co-op multiplayer game due out in 2019.

World War Z

Developer Saber Interactive has released a new set of screenshots and the key artwork for World War Z.

Here is an overview of the game, via Saber Interactive:

World War Z, Saber Interactive’s upcoming four-player co-op multiplayer game inspired by the hit blockbuster movie, launches later this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Today, get a gruesome taste of horde-killing action with newly unveiled screenshots, along with the game’s striking key art.

Outlive the dead through each group of survivors’ unique storylines, as they run from and battle massive hordes of zombies powered by Saber’s advanced Swarm Engine. Survive a series of heart-pounding co-operative campaigns across a series of international locations, including Moscow, Jerusalem and New York. The relentless swarms act as real crowds, as zombies trip over obstacles, squeeze through tight spaces, and climb on top of each other to reach players no matter where they try to hide.

World War Z is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019.

View the screenshots and key artwork at the gallery.

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