LOS ANGELES--()--The zombie survival MMO game The War Z is now available for download on the Steam platform. Since its initial release on Steam in December of last year, the popular, online game has received several content updates and now includes many more of the features that players have been demanding. The game community has continued to grow and new players will be able to join existing servers or rent their own private server to play with friends and/or clan mates. New content and features for the game will be added in the coming months, providing new gameplay options for the community as they delve deeper into the game.
The War Z is an online, multiplayer, survival-simulation game set in an open world infested with zombies. Players are thrust into this post-apocalyptic world five-years after a viral outbreak that ravaged the human population and left, in its wake, a nightmare of epic proportion. Hordes of undead zombies roam the cities, and the few remaining human beings have devolved into a lawless, nomadic society where the sole objective is to survive at any cost. Players must use skill and cunning in order to acquire food, weapons and other supplies necessary for survival. While navigating the vast landscape, they will discover cities teeming with the undead as well as other players that may or may not be friendly.
The game is published by OP Productions and is developed by Hammerpoint Interactive.
Players can visit http://www.thewarz.com for more information. They can also have a chance to win gear and game access by “liking” on Facebook (http://facebook.com/warzmmo) and “following” on Twitter (http://twitter.com/the_war_z).
About OP Productions, LLC
OP Productions, LLC is a Los Angeles based publisher. The group is responsible for publishing and operating The War Z.
About Hammerpoint Interactive
Hammerpoint Interactive was formed in 2011 by a team of experienced developers looking to create a fresh experience in the online, multiplayer arena. With members of the team coming from large publishers, such as Electronic Arts and Activision, as well as having worked on large multiplayer games, such as World of Tanks, they bring a unique skillset to multiplayer game development that appeals to both hardcore and mainstream gamers. The company is backed and financed by Arktos Entertainment Group.