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World War Z: Aftermath adds new zombies and crossplay this year

It’s official, Nvidia will stop supporting GTX 600 and 700 GPUs from October

Nvidia have announced they’re ending support for their Kepler family of desktop GPUs from October 2021, affecting all GTX 600, 700 and GTX Titan GPUs.

This E3 had a lot more zombies than I was expecting, but you know what? I’m always down for more co-op zombie shooter shenanigans. World War Z developers Saber Interactive have announced a new version of the game, World War Z: Aftermath, which will arrive later this year. It will add new zombs, a new melee system, first-person mode, cross-platform multiplayer, and a bunch more. Aftermath will cost $40 for the whole thing, or $20 if you already own WWZ.

World War Z is a third-person Left 4 Dead-like where you and three pals go on missions while zombie hordes try to murder you. It’s inspired by the film of the same name, you know, the one that has Brad Pitt in it (decent film, from what I remember).


Aftermath is adding full PC and console crossplay, so you’ll be able to play with your pals regardless of what platform they’re on. It also adds a new class, Vanguard, so you’ll all get to fight over who gets to play the new thing (the devs don’t specify what Vanguards actually do, however).

This new melee system brings “unique moves, perks and dual-wield weapon options”. You can spot a dude using a couple of sickles in the trailer above, which looks pretty cool. The new enemy types include “swarms of flesh-hungry rats”, which sounds unpleasant.

Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 4 adds magic doors and dirt bikes

Warzone Season 4 lands later this week and it’s bringing the rumoured Red Doors to Verdansk, alongside new vehicles, locations, and more.

Aftermath includes the whole original game, as well as all the extra bits from it’s Game Of The Year edition (which lets you explore New York, Moscow, Tokyo and more). On top of that, it brings new characters and a horde mode.

World War Z: Aftermath arrives later this year on PC, PS4 and Xbone. It’ll cost $40, though if you already own WWZ you can buy Aftermath as an expansion for $20. Head to the game’s Steam page for more info.

If these aren’t the zombie hordes you’re looking for, E3 brought news on plenty of other Left 4 Dead-like games too. Back 4 Blood is getting an open beta in August, while the studio co-founded by L4D’s writer are battling alien hordes in The Anacrusis, and Arkane Studios announced vampire-slaying co-op game Redfall.


E3 2021 may be over but our memories live on – see everything on our E3 hub. Many more big game showcases and streams are still to come this summer, leading up to Gamescom, so see our summer games stream schedule to stay up to date.

Gothic creators making a sequel to sci-fantasy RPG Elex

Piranha Bytes will continue their post-apocalyptic sci-fantasy RPG with Elex 2, announced today during E3. And yes, the sequel still has a jetpack.