Over 1 Million Copies of World War Z has been sold in its First Week
The newly released game World War Z is heavily inspired by the movie of the same name. Despite the movie being about six years ago, the game is going very well. The publisher Focus Home Interactive and the Developer Saber Interactive have confirmed today that the World War Z has successfully crossed the target of 1 Million copies in its first week since releasing on 16 April 2019 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Matthew Karch Statement
According to Saber Interactive CEO Matthew Karch, the Studio is humbled and thrilled by the immense success of the game. He’s particularly called out the PC edition as doing really great. Furthermore, the game was released via Epic Store exclusive and sold almost 250,000 copies on PC and that huge success was because of the tremendous support that Epic Games gave Saber Interactive, CEO said.
Moreover, he said that moving forward, we’ll surely continue to expand the game and its massive community with several modifications, improvements, updates, and bonus gameplay content. All these items will start appearing very soon with a special new mission.
Saber Interactive’s Swarm Engine
Swarm Engine of Saber Interactive is capable of rendering hundreds of hundreds of brutal zombies on the screen simultaneously. The game allows you to play as one of six different character classes and participate in 4-player co-op missions. Explore different locations, including Tokyo, Moscow, Jerusalem, New York, and more. There are also core features, including Multiplayer support for team-based Player-versus-Player.
World War Z Price
World War Z is released within a budget price, coming in at only $39.99 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and $23.99 on Microsoft Windows.
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