World War Z – AMD is also involved in the zombie action game

The game adaptation of the film of the same title gets serious support.

AMD’s latest technologies help with the World War Z game

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World War Z 2013 and Saber Interactive, the developer of game adaptations for the books, have announced a partnership with AMD, which will be reflected in development work in addition to marketing activities. With AMD’s state-of-the-art technology, I want to guarantee that players have an incredible experience when it comes to appearances. The director of Saber Interactive commented on the collaboration as follows:

We’ve always been amazed at how AMD’s advanced technology has inspired many independent game developers like us to dare to cross borders. We are very excited to continue working with AMD on our site to create a unique adventure for players.

Of course, AMD’s Director of Development, Ritche Corpus, was also pleased to comment on the partnership:

We are excited to be a partner of Saber Interactive in the work of the upcoming team-based zombie action game, World War Z. AMD Ryzen processors and Radeon video cards are the perfect combination for the zombie-killing needs of gamers, and we can’t wait to work with Saber to create an amazing experience.

World War Z will guide players through an adventure full of zombies, from the streets of New York through Moscow to Jerusalem. Saber’s dynamic Swarm Engine will ensure that hundreds of embarrassing, World War Z-rushing zombies can be unleashed on players at once. The game is scheduled for release in 2019, so far only for PC.

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  • Developer: Saber Interactive
  • Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
  • Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
  • Style: Action, TPS
  • Appearance: 4/16/2019

Based on Max Brooks ’world-famous novel, it is a film starring Brad Pitt, from which Saber Interactive carved a cooperative action game: World War Z focuses on the story of survivors and presents several parts of the world, so we turn up in New York, Moscow, Jerusalem and Tokyo.