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PS4 Review: World War Z

May 8, 2019 by  

Left 4 Z…

World War Z is a thrilling four-player cooperative third-person shooter featuring massive swarms of zombies that recklessly rush their living prey. Focused on fast-paced gameplay — and based on the incredibly popular Paramount Pictures property of the same name — World War Z explores new storylines and characters from around the world in tense, overwhelming, gruesomely exciting missions crafted specifically for modern consoles and PC.

The swarm feels neither fear nor mercy. It rolls forward to spread and consume. Together, make your stand and unload an arsenal of deadly weaponry into these hundreds of swarming zombies. Feel the satisfying rush of life as you cheat death and prevail against such overwhelming odds. Cut the undead down with rocket launchers, machine guns, sentries, turrets, grenade launchers, barbed wire, and more.

World War Z is essentially a Left 4 Dead game that is played in third-person as opposed to L4D’s FPS, it contains similar scenarios where you must fight together through hordes of zombies to reach the end and the sheer number of zombies that rush at you can be overwhelming, especially on the higher difficulties. There are also similar zombie types that can pin you down, spit at you and so on.

At launch, World War Z had it’s share of issues including locking up my console on my first go and having to actually pull the cable out of the back of the PS4 and go through the long process that gives, but it actually hasn’t happened to me since then. It did also have a number of bugs and finding matches didn’t always work, but after a few weeks and several patches…things have definitely improved.

There’s also the roadmap for new content that looks seriously impressive with a new Tokyo location, new weapons, a new Zombie type, a new challenge mode and even a higher difficulty setting for you sadists out there. The game has been well received and has already sold over 1 million copies, something I honestly didn’t expect after it’s lukewarm reception at launch, but I’m pleased for them as it is actually a fine game, even if it is unashamedly a L4D clone.

Visually, World War Z is actually a good looking game. It does still struggle a bit with framerate at times, but it’s definitely improved since launch and the sheer number of zombies on-screen at one time is impressive. Controls feel like your typical third-person shooter and comes naturally to those who have played them in the past.

The Verdict

World War Z has improved since launch and has a bunch of new content on the way, it’s impressive overall and while it’s still buggy and has framerate issues now and then, it’s still the closest we’re ever going to get to Left 4 Dead 3, so lock and load!

Score: 7.5

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