State of Decay 2 reaches over one million players
The zombie survival sequel is off to a promising start
Micorsoft has announced that the newly released State of Decay 2 has surpassed the million player mark.
Since Early Access for the Ultimate Edition on May 18 and the global release of the Standard Edition on May 22, over a million survivors across the globe have joined the game. Throughout launch, there have been over six million combined hours of State of Decay 2 gameplay, and nearly 3.5M hours of gameplay across Mixer, Twitch and YouTube Gaming from over 41,000 unique broadcasts.
Across player communities, over 675 million zombies have been eliminated, over 6 million firecrackers and fireworks thrown, over 6 million bags of snacks eaten, over 2 million textbooks read, and typically players survive for about three days (with some players surviving for over an in-game month – a lofty goal to aim for your session this weekend).
State of Decay 2 was released in a Standard Edition for $29.99 and the Ultimate Edition for $49.99, as well as a free title for subscribers of Xbox Game Pass.
State of Decay 2 is available for Xbox One and Windows 10, supporting cross-platform and Play Anywhere.