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State Of Decay 2 is Coming Exclusively to Xbox One and PC
Microsoft E3 conference is live and fans of the open world survival horror will be happy to know that during the conference Microsoft revealed the State of Decay 2.
A trailer for State Of Decay which gave us a good look of the game’s open world setting, its environments, and no doubt zombies.
The official press release of State Of Decay 2 states:
The next installment in the critically acclaimed “State of Decay” franchise immerses you in an all-new, multiplayer zombie survival fantasy. Build a lasting community, working with other players or solo to overcome challenges while exploring your own unique story in a world that remembers the choices you make. NO ONE SURVIVES ALONE. XBOX ONE & WINDOWS 10 EXCLUSIVE | COMING IN 2017.
State Of Decay 2 is a sequel to the critically acclaimed State Of Decay which released back in 2013 for PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game is being developed at Undead labs.
Players will have to create a community by saving other people in order to survive in the Zombie apocalypse. The narrative seems to be quite familiar to the first State Of Decay, as the trailer showcases a group of survivors returning from the Trumbull County to find that there is zombie apocalypse going on.
By the looks of it players will have make some choices which will lead to different outcomes which can impact the mood and psychology of other survivors. The game will also make players to go to cities which will be heavily infested by Zombies to gather resources, as resource gathering is the vital part of the game.
Like all the other games revealed at Microsoft E3 conference, State Of Decay 2 will be exclusive to Xbox One and PC and the game will release sometime in 2017.
It is good to see that finally Microsoft is doing good on its promise of supporting PC games by bringing Gears Of War 4, Re-Core, Forza Horizon 3 to PC, and most interestingly supporting cross-play between PC and Xbox One in many of its games.