Philip Holt, Who is a Head of Development at Undead Labs has taken to the official Xbox News portal to announce and show more details about the new State of Decay 2 Juggernaut Edition which will be released to play on March 13th, 2020. The new Juggernaut Edition comes with all three add-on packs released to-date: Independence Pack, Daybreak Pack, and State of Decay 2: Heartland and will be available on Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, and PC via Steam.
“Everything you love about state of Decay 2 and adds tons of new content and improvements for veteran and new players alike.”
New features of the Juggernaut Edition :
– New open-world map inspired by the Pacific Northwest, Providence Ridge
– A new class of heavy melee weapons to that require skill and timing
– Remastered graphics – Improved audio and new tracks
– An improved user interface including a new out of the game menu
– Improved control scheme including separating out ‘dodge’ and ‘stealth’
– All game modes unlocked: Daybreak, Independence Pack, and Heartland are included
“Today, we are thrilled to announce State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition, an expanded and improved version that takes everything you love about State of Decay 2 and adds tons of new content and improvements for veteran and new players alike. Best of all, this is a free, automatic upgrade for all existing owners of the State of Decay 2, including all Xbox Game Pass members. Launching with Xbox Game Pass as well as Steam on March 13, here are some highlights of the many visual and gameplay improvements included in Juggernaut Edition.
We created a brand-new open world map for players to explore in a rugged logging town named Providence Ridge, and we completely rebuilt the post-tutorial experience to better teach players the key facets of playing State of Decay 2. There’s also a new category of heavy melee weapons that reward player skill and timing, a wide range of graphical improvements (including better lighting and foliage optimization for better performance), and dodge and stealth are now split into separate commands as part of an improved control scheme. We also fixed dozens of mission and gameplay bugs to ensure a better experience for all players, improved the audio experience, including additional music that doubles the total amount in the game, and more.”