State of Decay News (PC)

State of Decay Lifeline DLC coming Friday May 30, new trailer released

Posted: 27.05.2014 by nickhorth1

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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.

State of Decay: Lifeline expansion brings drone strikes, zombie hordes and lots of weapons

Posted: 08.05.2014 by nickhorth1

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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 a Q&A session on the Undead Labs forum the developers also revealed a few other new tidbits about the DLC.

Undead Labs release State of Decay PC patch, zombies now "prefer tasty NPCs"

Posted: 24.04.2014 by Technet2k

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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'.

Undead Labs reveal State of Decay: Lifeline details, control a military unit

Posted: 28.02.2014 by Technet2k

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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.

Undead Labs tease "new way to play" with State of Decay: Lifeline

Posted: 12.02.2014 by Technet2k

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A second expansion to State of Decay is in the works at Undead Labs, which has only just begun its "internal playtest process", meaning it's a long way off yet. The studio isn't providing any release schedule.

They do tease that it will offer fans a "new way to play" the survival game, and a new map. The first DLC, Breakdown, ramped up difficulty and was 'open ended'.