Across player communities, survivors have killed over 675 million zombies, thrown over 6 million firecrackers and fireworks (survivors still find ways to celebrate), eaten over 6 million bags of snacks, read over 2 million textbooks, and typically survived for about three days (with some players surviving for over an in-game month – a lofty goal to aim for your session this weekend).
In their blog, they further thanked the community, and said. “After this exciting debut, we look forward to seeing the community continue to grow thanks to fans and Xbox Game Pass members sharing their stories and showing off their ultimate survival plan”.
If you haven’t joined the community just yet, you can start playing with your Xbox Game Pass membership or purchase the Standard Edition for $29.99 (approx 2,000 INR) and the Ultimate Edition for $49.99 (approx 3,300 INR). As an Xbox Play Anywhere game, one digital purchase gets you both the Xbox One and the Windows 10 version of the game.
Microsoft also added that they are looking forward to address bugs and issues. They said: “Putting this giant open-world zombie survival sim in the hands of fans has exposed some bugs and issues – we’ve addressed and will continue to address them as we hear more from players. The team at Microsoft Studios and Undead Labs continue to work on updating the game to address these issues as our number one priority.”
State Of Decay 2 is available on Xbox One and PC.