World War Z landed on PC, PS4 and Xbox One this week. World War Z is a new four-player coop third-person shooter game that can be played online with up to four friends at a time. However, soon after the game arrived, several gamers started reporting various issue including connection, crash at launch, connectivity, matchmaking, and party system issues, and much more on all platforms.
Thankfully, Saber Interactive has now released a patch update 1.02 for their Koop shooter, World War Z for PS4. The latest patch for the game now seems to have fixed all the issues mentioned above.
The latest World War Z patch 1.02 also fixes an issue that prevented US players from playing with other regions. The full patch update changelog can be found below.
Survivors! We have just released a hotfix for PS4 users for the following:
– Fixed an issue with Lobo Bundle DLC not available to certain users
– Fixed an issue that prevented US players from playing with other regions
– Fixed some of the connectivity issues
More is on the way!
— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) April 18, 2019
World War Z Patch Update 1.02 Changelog
- Fixed an issue with Lobo Bundle DLC not available to certain users
- An issue that prevented US players from playing with other regions
- some of the connectivity issues
There are several other known issues which are still needed to be fixed. The full list of the known issue which players are reporting can be found here. The list includes known issues related to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and General Issues.
Notably, players are advised to take back of their save folder before they install the latest patch, they can do this by heading to \AppData\Local\Saber\WWZ\client\storage.
World War Z official twitter post notes that the latest patch update will also be available on all platform soon.
World War Z is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC