State of Decay Latest News
Developer Undead LabsState of Decay has sold 2 million copies on Steam and Xbox 360. People love zombies.that its zombie survival game
That number doesn't include any of the various DLC packs available for the game, which is even more impressive.
State of Decay: Lifeline is coming this Friday May 30, developer Undead Labs has confirmed. As if that wasn't enough, they've released a new trailer showing the DLC's army base defence concept in action.
Lifeline, the upcoming expansion for Undead Labs' popular zombie survival game State of Decay, is focusing on the military response to a zombie outbreak. As such you can expect lots of new hardware, including a truckload of new guns and even drone strikes.
In aon the Undead Labs forum the developers also revealed a few other new tidbits about the DLC.
A new PC patch for State of Decay has been released by developer Undead Labs with some fundamental tweaks made to the game, such as outpost resource management and vehicle physics.
Zombies also "prefer tasty NPCs" like those cowering, and prefer loud obnoxious distractions like fireworks over echoes or disturbances. Framerate has been 'smoothed'.
The next major DLC for State of Decay has been named as Lifeline, and now developer Undead Labs is revealing what exactly we'll get to do in it. We control a military unit called Greyhound One.
We're sent to the fallen city of Danforth to rescue scientists at the high of the initial outbreak, where a chain of command still exists. From there, society starts breaking down.