State of Decay 2: Homecoming is bringing back the map of the original game.
Undead Labs revealed the next free DLC for State of Decay 2 in any of its editions during the Xbox stream event at Gamescom 2021. It is the Homecoming addition that will deliver a remastered version of the original State of Decay‘s Trumbull Valley map on Wednesday, September 1.
It will not be a straightforward remastering of the map. In addition to significant modifications in its zones to represent the progression of the zombie virus in the sequel, the new area includes new people and narratives that open up new tales while closing others that were not yet closed. Homecoming will have six bases, as well as new weaponry, costumes, quests, and accomplishments.
Over 10 million players across all platforms
State of Decay 2 was released in May 2018. According to Microsoft, more than 10 million people have played Undead Labs’ management, zombie, and survival game since then.
The most recent significant update for State of Decay 2 was released in December. Last year also saw the release of the Juggernaut Edition, which came out in March 2020. In addition to additional challenges, the Xbox One backwards compatible version has been optimized for the Xbox X|S Series with quicker load times, greater clarity in the world, improved shadows, and 60 frames per second smoothness at resolutions up to 4K.
State of Decay 2 is currently available for purchase on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC. It’s also free with an Xbox Game Pass subscription.