Thursday, September 19, 2019

World War Z Season 2 DLC Roadmap

Saber Interactive announced second season of post-launch free DLC roadmap for World War Z in Q4 2019.

Upon meeting unexpected success with their third-person shooter title World War Z, developer Saber Interactive and publisher Focus Home Interactive decided to support their player community with seasonal post-launch content for free.

Wrapping up its first season of content with free Proving Grounds Update lately, Season 2 DLC content roadmap looks at new challenges, maps and weapons to come on top of one of the most-anticipated feature, Horde Mode.

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World War Z Season 2 DLC Roadmap

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As expected, next batch of free update to add two new PvE missions in existing locations like Moscow and New York. A prestige rank system will be included for weapon skins and perks alongside a new flamethrower weapon.

In fifth content update, survivors will encounter a dangerous new zombie type we don't much about but possibly from a military background. Then there are cosmetics items to earn and full crossplay support coming to core PvE gameplay.

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Upcoming wave-based Horde Mode Z will be making its debut soon and since WWZ dynamic Swarm Engine is can make hundreds of zombies rampaging towards you at once, we can look forward to an entertaining Horde Mode play.

Of course, Saber Interactive will have four new character and weapon skins as paid DLC on their fifth update within October to December 2019. It would be really nice for them to add more weapon varieties and special zombie types in future.

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Although none of these post-launch updates have an official release date slated yet, they are all expected to arrive within 2019. However, PvE, rank system and weapons are likely to drop before rest of the planned contents.

World War Z is currently available for PC via Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms. Based on Paramount Pictures' 2013 movie of the same name, titular co-op shooter has performed better than expected on launch.