State of Decay 2 has a new developer, as Undead Labs continues to create State of Decay 3

More than 5 years have passed since the developer Undead Labs has released State of Decay 2, A game of survival on the topic of zombies, for the Xbox and PC platforms.

Today is the company Undead Labs, Acquired Microsoft shortly after the launch of State of Decay 2, announced a new free update for the game, but it will be mainly created by the new team of developers.

The Xbox Wire report announced that the British Wushu Studios will continue the development and support of State of Decay 2, since most of Undead Labs is working on a previously announced State of Decay 3. The first free update will be released on September 18.

This update adds to State of Decay 2 what is called “Crooked balls”, and is intended for gamers who, after a while, the game may seem repeated.

The new menu will periodically appear crooked balls – each with their own narrative – offering new goals, rewards, types of enemies and much more. The curve ball can be positive (for example, the search for increased production) or negative (for example, strengthening ordinary zombies in several ways); They can be temporary or objective; they can affect enemies, your survivors or other NPCs. In fact, any element of the game with which you may have mastered, maybe it will often change.

These changes will also be extended to zombies in the game. “Crooked balls” They can force the undead to make stronger attacks, improve vision and hearing, and even make them explode or “carry a stench that suffers and exhausts the endurance of any survivor, located close”. Crooked balls can also weaken zombies.

Despite the update of State of Decay 2, Undead Labs is still working on the next game game – State of Decay 3. This was first announced in 2020, but since then there was no information about the status of the game.