Aftermath of World War Z: Developers dig deeper into PS5 upgrade issues

Aftermath of World War Z: Developers dig deeper into PS5 upgrade issues ...

Dennis Leschnikowski 01/25/2023 – 11:03 am

Owners of the PlayStation 4 version of "World War Z: Aftermath" complained that the free upgrade to the PS5 version would not be honored, a problem that Saber Interactive is already working on.

The creators of Saber Interactive released "World War Z: Aftermath" in a technically enhanced version for the current generation of consoles yesterday.

Owners of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox versions will be eligible for a free upgrade to the respective current-gen version in the PlayStation 5 release, however, it became apparent that many players could not afford the free PS5 upgrade.

Saber Interactive's executives wrote on Twitter that the problem is already being investigated. However, it was unclear when a solution to the technical problem would be anticipated.

These are just a few of the new features offered by the company.

"We are aware that the World War Z: Aftermath PS4 to PS5 upgrade option isn't currently free. We're working to fix this," says the studio.

"World War Z: Aftermath" has been enhanced with improved graphics, significantly reduced loading times, and a display in 4K and 60 frames per second. In addition, the new "Horde Mode XL" mode has been integrated into the zombie shooter.

One of the greatest improvements to XL mode is the ability to fight up to 1,000 undead at the same time and survive their attacks, which was enhanced by a weapon progression system.

Aftermath: World War Z is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox One, as well as Xbox Series X/S.

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