State of Decay, along with major Add-Ons Breakdown and Lifeline, is now fully remastered in stunning 1080p. New missions, weapons, and extra content, along with improved lighting, textures, animations and combat mechanics, will pull you even deeper into the post-outbreak world. How will you survive the zombie apocalypse?
Mysterious supply crates start dropping into remote areas across the map, attracting massive hordes of zombies. Wipe out the infestation and you can grab some of the rarest and most powerful equipment seen in State of Decay.
Your favorite characters from Lifeline can now be unlocked in Breakdown, including the previously unplayable Kelly "Sasquatch" Eldridge.
Not only do players get a brand-new SUV, but custom vehicle skins are also distributed across all maps for greater personalization.
New Weapons: Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers and Incendiary Shotguns
Find new assault rifles equipped with under-barrel grenade launcher attachments as well as shotguns that fire incendiary rounds.
Make your stand against the collapse of society in the ultimate zombie survival-fantasy game. Explore an open world full of dangers and opportunities that respond to your every decision. Recruit a community of playable survivors, each with their own unique skills and talents. Design and fortify your base against the relentless hordes of the undead. Perform daring raids for food and ammunition, and do whatever it takes to live another day.
I grabbed this sometime back around the holiday sale on my old account for next to nothing and logged over fifty hours in simply the main campaign/game alone long before even touching the dlc. Yes, it has bugs. Yes, at times the combat and control is a bit wonky and yes, even in this "polished" version there are bugs that still havent been fixed since the original release. However as a zombie survival game outside of the plethora of fps shooters this game stands alone. It is the closest thing that comes to mind that has a real "Walking Dead" feel to it if thats what you are striving for. I wont really go into the story or dlc other than the plot being very generic and the dlc being the icing on the cake. The only real negative point I can think of is this is a single player title. Multiplayer would be awesome if it was or could be implemented. In conclusion I have purchased this game twice so far and have found the YOSE edition to be equally as promising and entertaining as the first time around and for roughly 10$ (on sale) it is well worth the risk if you are still on the fence. "Take chances. Make mistakes."
It's the best zombie survival game out there. The scavenging, crafting, saving area and making base camp makes the game so realistic. Even npc's permadeath is so realistic. Year one edition made a graphical overhaul and included all dlc's. This game is so repayable and not a game you'll be bored with so certainly it is a must have game, although the story isnt good enough but the dlc lifeline has a better story element than the original game. Story-7/10 graphics-7-5/10 gameplay- 9/10
I really love to play zombie game. But this one, this one is so good. I even got failed in my other subjects because of this one. It is a typical zombie game that i want. Looting, finding some survivors, staying alive, and no main character. This one is definitely way more better than other zombie games, highly recommend this one.
Game for those who love take a nice feelings, kinda like "be frightened", in the deep of night. The story makes you happier and more focused on issues such as lack of supplies (students understood). Very tearful story make you cry by comrades, who did not survive. A game I can come back to again and again (after almost 130 hours played) and still find new things to experience.
Not your typical zombie game. I love that you can build up a base, change the base's location, and add different upgrades to it. It is great that you are able to change which character you want to take out and adventure with, and that you are able to kill them off if you end up with too many individuals at your base (wink). The fact that you need to provide your base with supplies (food, gas, building materials, ammo) adds to the "realism". It is great, and adds an extra challenge, that the gameplay is continual, and that time passes in-game even when you are not playing. (Don't worry too much, the time rate slows down the longer you are away. So everyone won't starve to death if you stop playing for a while.) And cars! I LOVE that you can kill off lots of zombies with cars!
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