It's been almost two months since Saber Interactive announced that their survival shooter World War Z will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store, and the company now revealed that the Store's perks mean they're slashing the game's pricing.
CEO of Saber Interactive Matthew Karch explained their decision to go Epic once more, insisting that it's the best deal, both for players and developers.
"First of all, building games is costly, and so to receive 88% instead of 70% means we can invest more into making World War Z", Karch wrote.
Saber Interactive ultimately decided to turn most of the savings into a price cut, so World War Z now costs $34.99, i.e. $5 less than before. Anyone who's preordered the game at the old price will be getting their five bucks back.
"We are thrilled to be able to share the developer-friendly benefits of the Epic Games store with you all, and can't wait for you to play our game", Karch concluded.
If you've just heard about it, you should know that World War Z isn't based on the books, but rather on the movie from 2013. If there's one thing that strikes the eye though, it's the ferocity of zombies, that thankfully takes a step away from the traditional ghoulish formula.
We're talking about a four-player co-op shooter that takes players to New York, Jerusalem and Moscow, so it's not based on the movie events. Instead, World War Z will rely on new storylines and characters from the existing universe.
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