Saber Interactive will collaborate with AMD for World War Z

Saber Interactive has announced a new partnership with AMD for the upcoming World War Z, the new four-player cooperative game inspired by Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster action film.

As the press release reads, through this partnership, Saber and AMD will collaborate on co-marketing activities and work to integrate support for the latest AMD gaming technologies in World War Z, providing gamers with an incredible experience when the game releases next year.

Saber CEO Matthew Karch said:

“We’ve always been blown away by how AMD’s advanced technology inspires independent game makers like ourselves to push the boundaries of entertainment with each new title. We’re excited to continue working with AMD by our side to bring players everywhere truly one-of-a-kind gaming adventures.”

Ritche Corpus, senior director of Developer Relations at AMD, added:

“We’re excited to partner with Saber Interactive for its upcoming team-based zombie-shooting thriller, World War Z. AMD Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics cards are the perfect combination for gamers’ zombie-slaughtering needs, and we look forward to working with Saber to provide World War Z gamers with an amazing and awe-inspiring experience.”

World War Z takes players on a zombie-packed journey through unique survivor stories around the world in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem and more. Running on Saber’s dynamic Swarm Engine, the game has the power to let loose hundreds of fast-moving, bloodthirsty zombies at a time to swarm players for a truly terrifying action experience. Work together with your team, using deadly weapons, explosives and traps to unleash hell on wave after wave of the relentless undead and survive to fight another day.

World War Z is currently scheduled for a 2019 release on the PC!

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