State of Decay 2 Xbox One X Enhancements Revealed

State of Decay 2 Xbox One X Enhancements Revealed - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 14 March 2018 / 1,232 Views

Developer Undead Labs speaking with IGN has revealed the Xbox One X enhancements for the upcoming zombie survival game State of Decay 2.

"There are significant visual enhancements we're able to deliver thanks to the Xbox One X," said Undead Labs studio head and State of Decay 2 executive producer Jeff Strain.

"Extra memory and greater processing power gives us a more stable frame rate and let’s us do more with higher resolution textures. When you're in the game, you'll immediately see the difference – denser foliage, detailed shadows, depth of light from farther distances, and more detailed character models. It makes the world feel more crisp, vibrant, and like real life. And of course, it lets us run the game in 4k and HDR, which a lot of fans are excited about."

State of Decay 2 will launch will launch for the Xbox One and Windows PC on May 22 for $29.99. 

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Azzanation (on 14 March 2018)

The 4k content for the X has been really good since release. Glad MS use 4k as a standard across there 1st party line up.

Mr Puggsly (on 14 March 2018)

I'm surprised its only $30. I thought they were gonna push this as a $60 game.

Masked_Muchaco (on 14 March 2018)

How much did the first game cost when it was released?

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TheBird (on 14 March 2018)

It still is a $30 title on Steam i think, but it was an indie game back then.

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COKTOE (on 14 March 2018)

! That's a nice bonus.

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Masked_Muchaco (on 14 March 2018)

This game does look good, but it's definitely not on AAA leve imo, so I think the price is sensible. I was expecting it cost $40 or $50, since it's not a new and unproved IP like Recore and it seems to be a bigger and more ambitious game too, so to me $30 is definitely a bargain.

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TheBird (on 14 March 2018)

I was only planning on buying the next Forza & Sea of Thieves title this year in terms of Xbox exclusives. But it seems like the devs really upped their game this time around for a cheap price, I guess it's time to kill some zombies outside of COD.