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Apr 19, 2019, 04:23 AM 488 read

World War Z 1.02 Update Patch Notes

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The new World War Z 1.02 update patch notes have now been made available for the community to read and digest. The new World War Z update today is currently rolling out across PC, PS4, and Xbox One, though you may need to exit the game and hit “Check for update” to have it download and install. Once the new World War Z patch has been implemented, players should start to see improvements in the areas of connectivity, as well as a fix for those who were unable to access the new Lobo Bundle DLC. The highlights of the World War Z 1.02 update are mainly to do with solving connectivity problems, and ensuring that players are able to stick together through the course of the game. The 1.02 update fixes an issue which prevented US players from joining up and slaying zombies with users in other regions. What’s more, for those who were having trouble accessing the new Lobo Bundle DLC, these problems should now have been solved. Community manager “Jellyfoosh” has also detailed known issues which the team is “working on sorting out right now.” These include PC problems, such as the game crashing on launch, players being unable to see their friends on their friends list, and progress becoming lost. Also on the dev’s radar are PS4 and Xbox One issues, which include: progress being lost after a PSN name change, the game sometimes disconnecting at the end of some missions, and some players being unable to progress the “Key to the City” mission after the “Protect Search team” objective. Other “general” issues that have been acknowledged are: some players being unable to receive weapon XP, and some players who can’t get all the weapons from the pre-order Lobo Pack. World War Z 1.02 Update Patch Notes Full List 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

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