In their latest financial reports, Embracer Group have reported that the hugely successful third-person shooter, zombie game has now exceeded 3 million units sold. The last official report, in June 2019, stated that 2 million World War Z units had been shifted.
The full year report says:
“During the quarter we were happy to announce the acquisition of Saber Interactive, completed on April 1. Saber Interactive is a leading game developer and publisher with more than 600 employees across six countries. Saber has been on our radar for a long time because of their deep history of consistently high-quality work. Their ambitious moves towards self-funded projects in recent years have been particularly impressive, especially World War Z that sold more than three million units.”
World War Z is loosely based on the book, and film, of the same name and features groups of up to 4 people fighting against endless hoards of zombies in a plethora of recognizable locations e.g New York, Tokyo, Paris etc. Such is the accessibility of the game, and the constant updates to improve it, World War Z might be around for some time yet.
Also, check out our latest World War Z Challenge Mode Guide!