Three 'State of Decay 2' maps will get a visual overhaul

State of Decay 2 has been going strong for a few years, and while developer Undead Labs has been working on State of Decay 3 for some time now, it hasn't forgotten about the prequel. Recently, the team announced a major visual overhaul to three popular locations. The developer hosted a livestream in which the team provided more details and confirmed the addition of a field of view slider.

Hopefully, Cascade Hills, Drucker County, and Meagher Valley will look even better once the update launches. The video posted on Twitter is definitely promising especially when it comes to the lighting. It's unclear when the patch will launch, but it's coming soon based on what Undead Labs said. Full patch notes will be provided closer to the release date.

Update 29 will also bring some basic environmental destruction to the game. For example, if you're using a heavy weapon, you'll be able to break fences. It's unclear if that's the extent of the changes at the moment.

State of Decay 2, just like the first, is a third-person survival game where you're tasked with staying alive in a zombie-infested map. You can choose from a variety of areas, but the goal of scavenging, rescuing others, and making sure your community has the resources to make it well into the future are the key gameplay highlights.

Via TrueAchievements


Do you still play State of Decay 2? What do you want to see from State of Decay 3? Let us know in the comments below.

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