State of Decay 'Lifeline' expansion coming to PC and Xbox 360

State of Decay will receive a new expansion called Lifeline, expected to release at the same time on PC and Xbox 360. The news comes after testers were spotted with the new content on Steam.


Undead Labs has announced a new expansion is in the works for their zombie survival game, State of Decay. The developer is not ready to reveal details on specifics or a release date, beyond that it adds a new map, but decided to come forward about the upcoming Lifeline expansion after its testers were spotted with the new content on Steam.

"We are just now digging into the internal playtest process (which is how our favorite stalkers players on Steam found out about the title a couple of days ago – with PC testing, we are playing using Steam, so we can experience it the way you do)," said community manager Sanya Weathers on the Undead Labs blog. "We're not yet ready to discuss features or make promises. All we can tell you is that it will offer you a new way to play your favorite survival game, that we intend to launch on PC and the Xbox 360 at the same time, and that yes, it will broaden your horizons by a few kilometers."

Weathers adds that State of Decay's Lifeline expansion will feature an all-new map. The studio will release more details about Lifeline before the end of the month.

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