At Microsoft's rather packed E3 2019 Xbox Briefing, State of Decay developer Undead Labs showed a trailer for the latest expansion to the second game, dubbed Heartland.
According to the developer, this is the game's biggest expansion yet. An excerpt of the description on the Store page reads as follows:
State of Decay 2: Heartland is the first story-based content update for State of Decay 2. It returns to Trumbull Valley, the iconic location presented in the original State of Decay game, revisiting familiar people and places to see how they’ve been changed by the ongoing apocalypse.
In Heartland, you can play as either of two pairs of survivors, each of whom have traveled to Trumbull Valley for different reasons.
The two pairs of survivors referenced are available to play in the two differing story paths: "The Last Wilkerson" and "Searching for Santos". The first follows "a defiant young woman travels to Trumbull Valley, along with her loving but emotionally distant aunt, in search of her estranged father.", while the second one features "a grizzled ex-con must pair up with an idealistic young cop and travel to radio-silent Trumbull Valley in order to track down a valuable ally."
The expansion is available now for $9.99 on Xbox One or PC - as it's a Play Anywhere title -, or you can try it out via Game Pass, if you have an active subscription.