Posted by Andrew Stevens on June 18th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
World War Z the game is celebrating the movie releasing into theaters by dropping its price for a week. Starting today and lasting until Monday, June 24th, you will be able to download the game for $0.99 cents. That means you get 28 levels of combat for less than a dollar, which is a good deal in our book. The book of good deals, of course.
Paramount Digital Entertainment teams up with Phosphor Games Studio to bring you World War Z, which will release on May 30th. The game offers a first-person experience with 28 action-packed levels that are full of combat and puzzles as you do your best to survive. Wolrd War Z is based on the upcoming Brad Pitt movie that revolves around a pandemic that threatens humanity, due out June 21st.
“We were excited to be able to use the cutting-edge Unreal Engine 3 to bring World War Z to life,” said Chip Sineni in a press release, director at Phosphor Games Studio. “Our goal was to build Paramount a AAA game, and with that came all our favorite bells and whistles, like ambient occlusion lighting, multipass blended textures, and hordes of enemies to fight.”
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