State of Decay PC details revealed

Zombie survival game gets some PC specific details

July 17, 2013
State of Decay

Undead Labs’ zombie-survival game State of Decay has been a surprise hit on XBLA, and the studio has provided some info about the flesh-eating extravaganza’s PC edition.

The PC version will come with some improved features, such as enhanced graphics, higher resolutions, and improved framerates.

The game won’t feature any mod tools, but Undead Labs are happy with gamers who want to tinker and try to develop their own mods.

Finally, it was announced that the PC version will release within 2013, and that it will hit Steam’s Early Access program with a controller-only version. The purpose is for feedback, and the final version of the game will include mouse and keyboard support.

MyGaming checked out the game on XBLA and listed 5 reasons to play State of Decay.

Source: Undead Labs forums

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