Saber Interactive is working on World War Z, first trailer released [UPDATE: First details]

At this year’s The Video Games Awards, Saber Interactive revealed that it’s working on World War Z. The team has released a trailer for it that can be viewed below. Other than that, we don’t have any additional information about it. We know that it will be coming to current-gen platforms in 2018, including the PC. From the looks of it, the game will feature hordes of enemies, similar to those of PS4’s exclusive game, Days Gone. Enjoy the trailer after the jump!

World War Z - Reveal Trailer

UPDATE:

Saber Interactive revealed the first details for World War Z. World War Z will be a new four-player cooperative game. Saber Interactive CEO Matt Karch said:

“World War Z is a name synonymous with heart-pounding fear and action, and we’re excited to finally capture that energy in a fast-paced and gruesome experience crafted specifically for modern consoles and PC.”

World War Z’s co-op campaign focuses on unique survivor stories and missions around the globe, including New York, Moscow and Jerusalem. Use traps, barriers and the environment strategically to stay alive while unleashing a storm of firepower with a variety of weapons on the unrelenting hordes of the undead.

Bil Bertini, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Licensing for Paramount Pictures, added:

“Saber has tons of experience working on high-quality games and they’ve done a great job capturing the massive, frantic hordes of ‘zekes’ that sets our franchise apart. They have created a fiercely original experience in the rich universe of World War Z that fans are sure to love.”

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