More than one year after World War Z launched, cross-platform support is on its way in the co-op shooter's upcoming Dronemaster Update.
Once World War Z's Dronemaster Update hits live servers in two days' time, crossplay will allow players to form parties and face waves of undead without being restricted by their platform.
If you recall World War Z already getting a Crossplay Update earlier in March, you're not wrong, although that only covered PC and Xbox One. The Dronemaster Update also extends cross-platform support to the PS4.
World War Z Cross-Platform Support Dronemaster Update
Alongside full cross-platform support, World War Z's Dronemaster Update will also introduce a player reporting system while also establishing a code of conduct and repercussions for unruly players.
You'll be able to both block and report others from World War Z's Recent Players menu. Going against the code of conduct can result in being banned from online play. These bans start at 3 hours and go up to 30 days or permanent for repeated offenses.
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.— World War Z Game (@wwzthegame) July 18, 2020
The Dronemaster Update arrives July 22! pic.twitter.com/RxVwsUljCS
Banned players will still be able to access World War Z's offline features while cheaters "will be dealt with more severely", their path to a permanent ban being considerably shorter.
We'll keep an eye out for the full World War Z Dronemaster Update patch notes, which should be shared in the following days, and share the full details about cross-platform support, player reporting, and other changes as soon as we learn more.
World War Z is out now on PC, Xbox One and PS4.