Is Aftermath worth it then? It is if you are a fan World War Z and are looking for more content. The new class is a decent addition and can add a new tactical choice when facing the hordes, while both the episodes of Rome and Kamchatka add a couple more hours of content and more variety for when you're grinding for levels and upgrades. However, the first person mode feels undercooked and the rat swarms just aren't scary compared to the likes of the Bull and the Lurker zombies.
World War Z: Aftermath is another lumbering step forward for zombie-kind, even if it doesn’t completely satisfy one’s appetite for brains.
World War Z: Aftermath is definitely an expansion we’d give a recommendation for especially if you have friends who love the game. Killing zekes is still as fun as ever now as it was two years ago.
World War Z Aftermath doesn't drastically alter the 2019 horde shooter, but thanks to even more levels and a marquee new feature, it feels essential if you're already a fan.
Minor annoyances aside, WWZ: Aftermath is fun, replayable, and challenging. As an added bonus, current WWZ owners can upgrade for $19.99 instead of paying the full $39.99 and carry over their progression and other save data. Overall, World War Z: Aftermath is a refined and replayable experience that offers a slew of content for half the price of its competitors.
With Aftermath, World War Z receives new stages, adaptive AI, and a first-person mode that lets you splatter zombies in fresh fashion.