World War Z is revived with a free update on the Switch

World War Z Marseilles
Image: Saber Interactive

World War Z arrived on Switch last November and turned out to be an impressive feat of engineering; However, we weren’t too enthusiastic about the actual game in our review. Nonetheless, it’s the kind of game where arranging to play with friends can take it to the next level as you team up to mow down a whole bunch of zombies.

In terms of content, the Switch does not have the ‘Aftermath’ version found on other systems, but It has now caught up with some older free DLC and added some welcome features.

Saber Interactive has added Horde Mode Z and Marseille in content, and in a notable addition that you can now enjoy campaign also cooperate over a local wireless connection. However, this local wireless playback cannot be used in other modes, but could come in handy when you’re on the go and want to play with a buddy who also owns the game.

The trailer is extremely short and age restricted, but the patch notes are below.

– Defy the undead in the Marseille episode
– Added Horde Mode Z game mode
– New local hotspot multiplayer mode
– Added Message of the Day banner
– General gameplay and graphics fixes
– Improved overall performance

The patch should have been out by now, so let us know if you’re jumping back into World War Z on Switch. World War Z is revived with a free update on the Switch

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