State of Decay 2 surpasses two million players in two weeks

Microsoft and Undead Labs have announced that State of Decay 2 has surpassed two million players in its first two weeks. According to the press release, survivors have eliminated close to 2 billion zombies so far and last week, players tended to survive about three days on average, and players have completed over 121,000 community stories and started brand new communities with a new map that includes extra bonuses to help kickstart their new survival challenge.

As we’ve already said, this number also includes the Xbox Game Pass subscribers who were able to download and play the game. As such, this figure does not mean that the game has sold two million units.

Undead Labs has been working hard to bring all players lots of key fixes, gameplay tune-ups, and quality of life improvements with its latest game patch released last Friday. The team will continue to bring updates and additional content as it explores all that State of Decay 2 has to offer.

Among other things, the latest major update for State of Decay 2 – that was 20GB – features stability, performance & multiplayer improvements, and you can find its complete changelog here.

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