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- State of Decay 2 is the ultimate open world zombie survival game. Four Player Co-Op Multiplayer. Establish a base, develop your characters and manage resources to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.
- Xbox One X Enhanced with higher resolutions, steadier framerates and better effects.
- Every decision has lasting consequences. In the end, how you survive just might surprise you.
- Pre-order now to get the Amazon exclusive Survivor’s Pack. Includes the Zed Swatter melee weapon, an exclusive vehicle and an assortment of survival supplies and abilities - Codes will be received within 7 days of release.
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Four Player Co-Op Multiplayer.
Build your community and invite up to three friends to survive in an open world filled with hostile zombies.
It’s up to you to establish a base, develop your characters’ abilities, and manage resources to survive as a group in this post-apocalyptic world.
Every decision has lasting consequences. In the end, how you survive just might surprise you.
Xbox One X Enhanced.
Higher resolutions, steadier framerates, improved details and better effects.
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How Will You Survive? The dead have risen and civilization has fallen. Not even the military could stop the zombies, and now it's up to you to gather survivors and build a community with your friends in a post-apocalyptic world – a world where every decision matters, and where you define what it means to survive. Your Choices Define Your Survival Story. Xbox One and Windows 10 PC exclusive.
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Update (7-21): There are posts that say a patch has been out since July 3 called 2.1 but I have yet to find it and it does not install when loading the game on xbox like all others do. 2.0 did.
Another thing is why do I seem to be the only one complaining about this when there a suppose to be 3 million users of this game?
My review is based solely on Single Player!
My recommendation is to watch some gameplay on Twitch before you buy. Before I watched I saw a lot of snarky negative reviews that had turned me off, but once I started watching actual gameplay . . . and saw the game was less than $25 dollars with Amazon Prime I was in. And I've not seen or experienced much of the "bugginess" which people complained about so I'm very happy I bought it on release.
I've probably got about 50+ hours in and still have a LONG way to go with my first Community. So based on length of play alone, the $25 price tag is worth minimum 4 stars. And I anticipate at least another 150 hours because the game is quite addictive. And starting a new community would be another new game because each character is uniquely generated with varied traits.
The cons that drop it to 4 stars for me:
- There really isn't much of a tutorial or Help section so you'll get a little frustrated in the beginning and after progressing trying to figure out how to do certain things within your community. I ended up going to Youtube or the Reddit on more than a few occasions to get the Help I needed.
- Enlisting followers at your own base should be much simpler . . . it's way too hard to find your own people at your base to ask them go on a mission with you. Too much time wasted running around figuring out where they are
- Tethering of your companion is the biggest bug I've found. I'll be out miles from my base fighting zeds with two people and then my companion will sometimes (1/10?) just disappear . . . leaving me to make it back alone. Not fun
Long Review: Critics are barely skimming the surface before trashing SOD2 in their reviews. Most of these critics have not even the original State of Decay and are not willing to invest their time beyond casual gaming. This game is essentially a management simulator; critics can't manage their own time, why expect them to fairly review this game? With that being said, I have played over 20 hours and find myself coming back (without game breaking bugs or glitches). Sure, the occasional door may appear open but is actually closed... but does that really make it a dealbreaker?
One has to realize that this game is only $30, and is not a AAA title. The funding isn't there for a perfect Day 1 release. If you're disappointed by the game after spending $30, I'd say that's better than most of the $60 disappointments int he past few years...
My point is: give the game a chance and see how great it is in it's raw, unpatched form. Watch it evolve to become a great game.
Wife and I currently put in a solid 3 hours on SOD2. It’s the basically the same as SOD1 with improved graphics, options, and story. Still has the occasional bugs too. That may improved as game developers tend to work these out the first few weeks after release.
I can imagine we’ll playing a solid 50+ hours before we get bored.
For 30 bucks. It’s a steal.