Saber Interactive has released a new patch update for its online shooter and horror survival game World War Z. The latest patch for World War Z specifically addresses only two minor issues on PC. The new World War Z patch update is small and only brings fixes to an issue that was causing save corruption in rare cases. It has also fixed the issue where saves were not automatically backing up in multiple save slots. This means that all of the saves will now be automatically backed up in multiple save slots so you can easily access them separately whenever you want.
Since this a small patch update for the game, it doesn’t bring any other fix and improvements to the game. You can check out the highlight of the latest patch notes for World War Z Below.
- Fixed issue that was causing save corruption in rare cases
- Saves are now automatically backed up in multiple save slots
Survivors, we have just released a small update on PC with the following fixes:
– Fixed issue that was causing save corruption in rare cases
– Saves are now automatically backed up in multiple save slots pic.twitter.com/kUEpxs0gxn
— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) September 30, 2019
World War Z is currently available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The game was launched in April this year, 2019.