Saber Interactive has released a brand new update for World War Z. According to the release notes, the May 26th update fixes some artifacts and a critical memory leak. Moreover, it packs some performance improvements and fixes some gameplay bugs.
Going into more details, this latest update fixes a critical memory leak that was causing a lot of crashes on Marseille maps. Furthermore, it fixes some black render artifacts that could appear on dark levels.
Additionally, this patch fixes some gameplay bugs that were causing inability to progress in levels. It also fixes an ssue that made several unique weapon variants free for everyone. Not only that, but it improves performance in the last segment of Marseille maps 2 and 3.
As always, Epic Games Store will download this patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.
World War Z May 27th Update Release Notes
- Fixed critical memory leak that was causing a lot of crashes on Marseille maps. It is a temporary fix and more fixes are coming
- Fixed black render artifacts appearing on dark levels
- Fixed some gameplay bugs that were causing inability to progress in levels
- Fixed issue that made several unique weapon variants free for everyone
- Imposing Arsenal trophy no longer requires unique weapon variants to be purchased
- Restored unique Thumper GL variant price back to 500
- Fixed issue with Auto Turret placement that was launching players up in the air
- Improved performance in the last segment of Marseille maps 2 and 3
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