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State of Decay 2 will not feature any microtransactions, developer Undead Labs has confirmed. It’s a bit of a sad state of affairs that this now qualifies as news but, well, welcome to 2018.
Microsoft has announced that its co-op open-world action game from Undead Labs, State of Decay 2, will be launching on May 22nd. Best of all though, it'll be launching at a budget-price of $29.99, which is either a hint at its production values or signaling Microsoft's intent to drag people kicking and screaming into the Windows Store. For those after some co-op hijinks it's looking very impressive indeed, but what about those all-important system specs? Here are the system requirements for State of Decay 2 on PC.
Ye Olde Bookestore Amazon appears to have leaked the release dates for Crackdown 3 and State of Decay 2, two of the biggest Windows 10 and Xbox One exclusives due out in 2018.
Microsoft’s slate of upcoming first-party titles is vanishingly small, but at least the ones that do exist show a degree of promise. State of Decay 2 has been getting a little long in the tooth, cropping at various press conferences for a few years now, and it’s now been delayed yet again to Spring 2018. To help make up for the disappointing news, Microsoft and Undead Labs have revealed a new 4K gameplay trailer showing the four-player co-op survival game running on the newly announced Xbox One X.
Not content with having the usual open-world we’ve come to expect, State of Decay 2 will actually have three, Undead Labs has announced. Each of these three maps will be roughly the same size as the original State of Decay’s Trumbull Valley, which itself was pretty hefty and packed with things to do.