World War Z Announced at The Game Awards (Developing)

World War Z Announced at The Game Awards (Developing)

While the trailer originally seemed to hint at something for Metro 2033 or maybe another expansion for The Division, it was actually for World War Z... the game.

World War Z was originally released in 2006 as a book by Max Brooks called World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War. We bring together a diverse group of game players, game developers, and notable names from popular culture to celebrate and advance gaming's position as the most immersive, challenging and inspiring form of entertainment.

The first big announcement out of The Game Awards came right at the start of the pre-show, and it's World War Z, a zombie-survival game coming from Saber Interactive. Until then, you can enjoy the short teaser trailer above.

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As far as goals, features, mechanics, and length are concerned, we don't get any details on that stuff. As one can expect, there's tons of zombies, shooting and general chaos.

There will also be a few surprises, but Keighley has been tight-lipped about any potential world premieres that he may have managed to wrangle up for the ceremony.

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