State Of Decay Will Make It To The PC This Year
Ryan Martin / 3 years ago
The zombie survival game “State of Decay” will apparently make it to the PC platform this year. Undead Labs, the developers, have been working on an open-sandbox version of the game since people have complained that the main campaign is too quick to complete. Thus people want to keep on playing but can only do so be re-doing the campaign. Despite this State of Decay became the second fastest selling Xbox Live Game in history surpassing 500,000 sales in only 2 weeks. Now Undead Labs want to bring the popular game to the PC platform. When discussing the PC version Undead Labs hinted at improved graphics:
Will the PC version have enhanced graphics? Higher res? Improved framerate? Yes. A high end PC can do all those things, so we’re modifying the game to support those things. The PC version will not have different content or features, however.
They confirmed it will be out in 2013 and gave additional details on the early testing procedures for the PC:
Speaking of the PC version, Jeff confirmed that we are going to be taking part in Steam’s Early Access program. That means we will be doing a controller-only PC version in advance of the final release for the purposes of feedback. The final version of the PC version will of course have keyboard/mouse support.
Image courtesy of Undead Labs, Information via NextPowerUp