While Xbox One and PC gamers have been enjoying crossplay benefits for quite some time now, Saber Interactive is fliiping the switch this week as World War Z PS4 crossplay is set to launch this July 22 with the upcoming Dronemaster update!
This was announced by Saber Interactive over on Twitter today:
Join forces across PS4, Xbox One, and PC and turn the tide against the sea of undead. Invite your friends to your party no matter what platform they play on.
The Dronemaster Update arrives July 22! pic.twitter.com/RxVwsUljCS
— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) July 18, 2020
Join forces across PS4, Xbox One, and PC and turn the tide against the sea of undead. Invite your friends to your party no matter what platform they play on. The Dronemaster Update arrives July 22!
In addition to the World War Z PS4 crossplay functionality, there’s also new content like the Quadrocopter to keep players alive longer!
As the Dronemaster, command your Quadrocopter to follow you around, hold an area, or protect an ally, providing useful buffs!
Play the Dronemaster Update on July 22! pic.twitter.com/3I2MrxbI58
— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) July 16, 2020
There’s also a new gun cosmetic pack set to be released this July 22 as well.
Coming July 22, the Signature Weapon Pack is a standalone DLC with four weapon skins inspired by popular characters.
Can you tell which ones? pic.twitter.com/46uv0PoIH8
— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) July 19, 2020
Lastly, one of the new features being introduced in this Dronemaster update is a new ban system! Players are expected to follow the Code of Conduct which is listed below.
Code of Conduct
When you play World War Z, you agree that you will not:
- Violate any law, rule or regulation;
- Interfere with or disrupt any server or network used by World War Z Services;
- Use any software or program that damages, interferes with or disrupts World War Z Services or another’s computer or property, such as denial of service attacks, spamming, hacking, or uploading computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, cancelbots, spyware, corrupted files and time bombs.
- Interfere with or disrupt another player’s use of World War Z Services. This includes disrupting the normal flow of game play, chat or dialogue within World War Z Services by, for example, using vulgar or harassing language, being abusive, excessive shouting (all caps), spamming or flooding.
- Harass, threaten, bully, embarrass, spam or do anything else to another player that is unwanted, such as repeatedly sending unwanted messages or making personal attacks or statements about race, sexual orientation, religion, heritage, etc. Hate speech is not tolerated.
- Organize or participate in any activity or group that is inappropriate, abusive, harassing, profane, threatening, hateful, offensive, vulgar, obscene, sexually explicit, defamatory, infringing, invades another’s privacy, or is otherwise reasonably objectionable.
- Impersonate another person or falsely imply that you are an Saber Interactive employee or representative.
- Improperly use in-game support or report buttons or make false reports to Saber Interactive staff.
- Use or distribute unauthorized software programs or tools, such as “auto” software programs, “cheat utility” software program or applications, exploits, cheats, or any other game hacking, altering or cheating software or tool.
- Modify any file or any other part of the World War Z Services that Saber Interactive does not specifically authorize you to modify.
- Engage in any other activity that significantly disturbs the peaceful, fair and respectful gaming environment of World War Z Services.
- Use information about users publicly available in World War Z (e.g. on a leaderboard) for any purpose unrelated to the Services, including to attempt to identify such users in the real world.
- Promote, encourage or take part in any prohibited activity described above.
For more details on the new player ban system, head on over here.