Thursday, July 11, 2024

‘World War Z: Aftermath’ Gets Free “Battle of Arizona” Update Today

Saber Interactive is gifting World War Z: Aftermath fans with another free update, this time with the “Battle of Arizona”. Available today on PC and consoles, the update introduces a brand-new map for the massive Horde Mode XL. Set in an abandoned military museum in Phoenix, this latest map takes the war against the swarms “to challenging new extremes.”

In addition, today marks the arrival of the new Desert Defenders Weapons Pack, a premium bundle featuring the new Kukri melee weapon for those tired of a machete, as well as four new desert-themed, military-grade weapon skins specially crafted for the DE50 pistol, 1877 SBL rifle, TMP5 SMG, and M500 shotgun. You can snag the Desert Defenders Weapons Pack for $4.99.

Back to the Battle of Arizona update, which features free content for all owners of the original World War Z and World War Z: Aftermath. Here’s what you get:

  • New Power-up – Improving Bags: Discover all-new Improving Bag power-ups on PvE and Horde Mode maps for a crucial advantage in the heat of battle! Arm yourself with a variety of bonuses, including a unique boost to strikes, increased ammo capacity, and an additional equipment slot.
  • Class Swapping in Horde Mode and Horde Mode XL: Players can now change their class once during each preparation wave, giving you a chance to adjust your tactics in a pinch!
  • Custom Player Portrait Frames: Show off your accomplishments with new customizable player portrait frames, which are displayed in lobbies and on the scoreboard.

World War Z: Aftermath is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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