World War Z launches in 2019, ‘The Horde’ trailer

Meet the enemy horde.

World War Z

World War Z, the four-player cooperative game based on the Paramount Pictures film franchise, will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019, developer Saber Interactive announced. A new trailer introducing the enemy horde was also released.

Here is an overview of the trailer and game, via Saber Interactive:

The newest gameplay trailer released today shows how World War Z harnesses the power of Saber’s Swarm Engine™ to bring to un-life the film’s trademark hordes of fast-moving, fast-infecting zombies. You’ll face off against hundreds of different types of zekes on screen at a time, rushing as a pack to overwhelm your defenses. Dynamic swarm simulation, a smart intensity director, diverse zombie mechanics, and an advanced gore system all combine for the ultimate zombie shooter experience. Play with friends or on your own with AI teammates to survive against these relentless swarms of undead.

From Moscow to Jerusalem to New York, the action-packed co-op campaign of Saber’s World War Z delivers unique survivor stories and missions around the world. Use traps, barriers and the environment strategically to slow your undead enemies down, then unleash a storm of firepower from all directions with a wide range of heavy-hitting weapons and explosives.

Watch the trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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