More than a year after its reveal, the World War Z Switch port finally has a release date, and it's just a few weeks away.
Today, Saber Interactive confirmed that World War Z is launching on Switch on November 2, with pre-orders going live at major retailers. Digital copies are available to pre-order for $39.99, while the Deluxe Edition bundles in a bunch of bonus weapons and skins for an additional $10.
The Switch version of World War Z was first announced back in April 2020 alongside the Game of the Year Edition. At the time, Saber Interactive CEO Matt Karch told IGN that porting World War Z to Switch was "the hardest thing that we have had to do," which might explain why it took so long to confirm a release date.
World War Z first launched in April 2019, and it's available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. The game's first expansion, titled World War Z: Aftermath, is due to launch on September 19 for $39.99 or $19.99 if you already own the base game. The DLC adds new maps, weapons, monsters, a first-person mode, and a brand new melee system. Better yet, the new-gen versions of World War Z: Aftermath support 4K and 60FPS, offering a premium alternative to the convenience of the mobile Switch port.
While crossplay is supported on other platforms, a Saber Interactive spokesperson confirmed to GamesRadar+ that World War Z on Switch will not support crossplay.
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