World War Z Developer Saber Interactive have announced a new partnership with AMD for it's intense four-player cooperative game inspired by Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster action film.
Saber Interactive & AMD will work together on marketing activities and to integrate support for the latest AMD gaming technologies in World War Z, with the aim of providing a high quality experience when the game is released in 2019.
Saber Interactive 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 had this to say of the partnership: “We’re excited to partner with Saber Interactive for its upcoming team-based zombie-shooting thriller, World War Z.” The game will benefit from the use of AMD Ryzen™ processors and Radeon™ graphics cards, all of which sounds very promising.
World War Z will take players on zombie-packed adventures through unique survivor stories around the world in Jerusalem, Moscow, New York and more. World War z will run on Saber’s dynamic Swarm Engine™ and has the power to unleash hundreds of fast-moving, bloodthirsty zombies at a time to swarm players for a truly terrifying action survival experience. Working co-op with your team, players will need to use deadly weapons, explosives and traps to unleash hell on wave after wave of the relentless undead and survive to fight another day.
More info can be found at www.WWZGame.com
World War Z is expected to launch in 2019 on the Windows PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One.