World War Z is going all in with Horde Mode in this update where players will get more replayability thanks to a few additions.
Saber Interactive released Against All Odds update for World War Z: Aftermath and it is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
The update focuses on creating more replayability through Horde Mode, which now features Jerusalem and New York maps, along with seven new mutators for the Challenge Horde Mode and a new melee weapon.
On top of that, the solo experience should be better with AI improvements which will allow the party members to use heavy weapons even when they are not controlled by a human player.
The update also rolled out two DLC packs - the Deadly Vice weapon skin pack and Rat Packs skin bundle, each of which contains four skins and will set you back $5 / €5.
Additionally, the players can unlock a bonus weapon skin at no extra cost as it will only require registration on Prism Ray Online Services (PROS). This will be a hub for certain upcoming online services from Saber Interactive, which is probably why the promotion exists.
In case you want to sign up and get the skin, you can do so on the Prism Ray website .
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