State of Decay Early Access to pc version
Good news for people that haven’t played State of Decay on the Xbox yet and are still waiting for the pc version of State of Decay. a few days ago Microsoft published State of Decay on Steam for early access. Now it looks interesting with the price tag of just 18,99 euros (probably the same amount in dollars…cheeky bastards), but this initial Early Access version of the game REQUIRES a wired Xbox 360 controller or wireless Xbox 360 controller with PC adapter (or compatible 3rd party controller).
What the developers say:
“Greetings, PC players! This is the Early Access version (controller only, for now) of the record-breaking zombie-survival game State of Decay. Those willing to throw in with us at Undead Labs and your fellow early adopters will automatically get the final Steam version, completely free, with no need to restart, when we officially launch later this year. What you’ll get if you choose to join forces with us to make the PC version kick ass is an unfinished CONTROLLER ONLY test version of the game. It’s not ready to be reviewed. It will not be perfect. It may still have crashes. It won’t have a keyboard and mouse interface…not at first. Over the next however-many-weeks, we will be putting up versions of the PC interface and using your comments and feedback to make it awesome. This process is not for everyone. Casual players, the easily frustrated, and the short-of-time should NOT get this Early Access version. Hey, some of us are all three of those things. It’s not a criticism. It’s just that we want everyone to have the experience that best suits their needs. You all deserve the best, so if you’re not into giving feedback, just wait a few months and play the final version after we make it great.
And it will be great, with the help of the rest of you – the hardcore early adopters that made this summer’s State of Decay release on Xbox into something huge.
Differences between the PC and 360 version?
The differences will, presumably, be negligible. The devs have outright and explicitly stated that the game was developed for the Xbox 360, and the PC port is something they decided to do because it was relatively easy, and there was demand. Features in the two versions shall be identical. Bearing that in mind, you can expect better graphics and frame rate(assuming the port is good, which it may or may not be), and some sort of modding scene, though, like some have pointed out, it may not be extensive depending on how the game is coded.
Quick Tour Pc edition