World War Z Game of the Year Edition launches May 5

Includes base game, updates, and all Season Pass content.

World War Z Game of the Year Edition

Publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Saber Interactive will release a “Game of the Year Edition” of World War Z for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games Store on May 5, the companies announced. It will cost $49.99 on console and $44.99 on PC.

World War Z Game of the Year Edition includes the full base game and all existing and upcoming content featured in the Season Pass, including:

  • New Episode – Three new player-versus-enemy missions in the French city of Marseille, with their own maps, story and characters.
  • Weapon Packs – The Lobo Weapon Pack, Biohazard Weapon Pack, Military Bundle Weapon Pack, new Last Aid Weapon Pack, plus one new upcoming weapon pack.
  • Character Packs – The Professionals Character Skin Pack and War Heroes Character Skin Pack.

It also includes access to the year of free content added to World War Z since its initial launch in April 2019, including the wave-based Horde Mode Z, Xbox One and PC cross-play, new player-versus-enemy missions and enemies, a weekly challenge mode, extreme six-skulls difficulty setting, and more, as well as a new playable class with a unique skill tree and abilities due out via a free update later this year.

View a new set of screenshots of the Marseille missions at the gallery.

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