State of Decay 2 Juggernaut Edition Free Download
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State of Decay 2 Juggernaut Edition Free Download Unfitgirl The Open World zombie genre has seen its fair share of interpretations over the last two decades. From Dead Rising to Left 4 Dead to Dead Island, there have been plenty of hits and misses. Zombie games are usually an easy sell. Most games in this genre are simply about mowing down the undead with a variety of weapons and living through an ultimate post apocalyptic fantasy. State of Decay 2 was released in May of 2018 and didn’t exactly offer what the genre had given previously. In this game you can definitely kill a lot of zombies, but for a lot of your time in this world, you’ll be focused on surviving at any cost. State of Decay is a game that focuses on living through every single day of a zombie apocalypse and dealing with everything that brings. From maintenance to your base of operations to doing supply runs, you’ll spend a lot of your time hoping to avoid the zombies instead of seeking them out. State of Decay 2 is a mish-mash of survival horror and maintenance simulation. You control a group of survivors who each have their own personalities, desires, and needs. You can choose who you play as, who you prioritize, who thrives and who succumbs to the elements. The game starts out giving you 3 survivors who have unique skills and traits, and you have the option to grow your group as you play. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
A typical session of State of Decay will involve you maintaining your base, going out in the world and looking for supplies, responding to calls from outside survivors, and making sure that everyone has their needs met. The game often times will feel like you are performing a juggling act. There is constantly something that needs tending to, and there will never be enough time to deal with everything. Just like in a real life scenario, you will need to prioritize what you do and choose what you ignore. This is the main thrust of the game, and will be fun for some and completely frustrating for others. I found the stress of deciding what to do every day completely compelling. Each choice I made mattered, and each choice could lead to my community thriving or my community completely falling apart. State of Decay features real consequences that cannot be reversed and made each moment feel essential Such consequences include one of my characters getting angry and causing turmoil in the base, other communities shunning me and refusing to work with me, or even permanent death for a character I cared about. The balancing act of making sure that I made the right choices was thrilling and made me anxious and excited the more I played. What makes State of Decay truly different in comparison to other zombie survival games is the daily minutiae.
Fighting the Undead
While most zombie games only want you to focus on killing a lot of zombies, State of Decay often wants you to focus on what you’re doing when you’re not killing them. This means there will be a lot of maintenance, supply runs, and managing a group of people with different backgrounds and personalities. Things move fast in State of Decay. There isn’t much time to appreciate a job well done or a successful supply run. Your constantly using supplies or having issues pop up. This can be frustrating for some, but I found the constant need to get something done an addicting gameplay loop. While most games want you to feel at ease, State of Decay wants you to know there isn’t any time to waste. I played State of Decay 2 on the normal difficulty levels and found myself constantly scrambling to get everything I needed done. There will not be time for everything, and I found having to choose what I did in a session extremely empowering. Explore and Scavenge You’ll be forced to leave the relative safety of your base to get supplies often. This means constantly exploring the world to find anything from materials to ammo to food. The easiest way to know where to find what you need is to climb onto a nearby billboard, survey the land, and locate an area of interest. This portion of the game is easily the most exciting. Having to navigate through the world with no direction marker is incredibly enthralling. Resident Evil HD
Exploration in this game is legitimately exciting as you don’t know exactly what you’ll find when entering each area. Sometimes you’ll find nothing of interest, other times you will find the mother load of loot and feel incredible. Most areas you will explore are buildings, and this will range from abandoned shops to farmhouses. The places you explore can feel a little copy and pasted at times, and this is where the small budget of this game begins to show. Remember, this game was made prior to Microsoft’s acquisition of develpor Undead Labs. They were not working with much and that does show in a few areas of the game. Narrative? Don’t Need One There isn’t a traditional narrative in this game and some may be dissapointed by a lack of a plot. I found that liberating as I didn’t feel the pull or pressure to complete a story. Undead Labs has done an excellent job at creating story in the character descriptions and environments and that has done a lot to creating a game that feels well written and storied without having an overarching narrative. I am able to tell the stories of my characters and the world I am in just based on my experience with the game and I found it refreshing to not have to pay attention to any dialogue or story beats like most other games. This is a game where you can truly tell stories based on moments you experience for yourself rather than moments the game has scripted for you.
Keeping Morale High
Self created narratives or moments are always more personal than something someone wrote for you, and State of Decay is able to offer several of those. You can’t spend the entire day exploring however, as you have a community back at home base that have wants and needs. Each community member has their own personality and motivations and will be happy or upset based on if you do what they want. This can be a tricky yet rewarding balance. The larger your base, the more people you will need to account for. If you are able to ensure everyone has what they want, this will lead to a thriving community of people. If one or more people become unhappy, it can seriously affect the entire group. You can choose to exile any unhappy members, but this could negatively impact your community as well based on the collective personality of the group. How each character feels is expressed by an individual morale system. Each characters morale channels into an overall group morale. Positive morale gives your base better traits which make it easier to survive. Bad morale will make everything more difficult. Clearing infestations, building facilities that boost morale, and gathering resources are just a few things you can do to make sure the base is happy. Ignoring your community, letting characters die, and running low on supplies and more can hurt morale. Resident Evil Revelations 2 Switch NSP
Of course, State of Decay is a zombie game, and that means you’ll have to address the ever growing problem of undead foes. Zombies in this game are a mix of your typical slow walking enemies that will pick up speed if they spot you. There is also a bloated type that will explode and produce a damaging gas. The most harrowing member of the undead is the “screamer” type that will attract hordes if they detect you, so you’ll need to make sure you avoid them or quickly take them out. There is also a special variant of the Undead called plague zombies that mostly appear at night but are also found near plague hearts. Plague hearts are essentially super infected areas where swarms of plague zombies live. You will want to take these out as it significantly reduces the number of foes in the area and will give you a nice bit of loot. The enemies in State of Decay 2 are a collective of the typical zombie you would find in any game. They aren’t necessarily unique but they can be a decent challenge if you run into a roaming horde. They mostly serve as an extra nucance as you traverse the world and can give you a hard time if you aren’t careful. Like any good post apocalyptic fiction, the games biggest challenge isn’t actually fighting the undead, it is managing to survive. Combat is basic and doesn’t offer too much depth, but I never grew tired of the mechanics
There are special moves you can pull off such as running kicks and ground executions, but those just add flair to an otherwise mundane combat system. The easiest way to sum up the Combat in State of Decay 2 is a better controlling Dead Rising. That isn’t a bad thing, but it isn’t something that feels new or exciting. You will also have chances to fight humans on a few occasions. Human enemies aren’t the most thrilling to fight, but they can pose a challenge if you are outnumbered. When the game first launched in 2018 there wasn’t much of any customization for your characters at all. Now in 2021, you’re able to fully dress your character in a wide variety of outfits. There still isn’t any actual character customization outside of clothing which is a shame. You’ll have to choose from a collection of lookalike sims, and it is dissapointing that you can’t actually customize how everyone looks. Hopefully in State of Decay 3 they add this feature. State of Decay 2 is a charming looking game but it won’t win any awards for how it looks. It looks fine, and does a good enough job of conveying the mood that Undead Labs is going for. There is some pretty noticeable pop in and overall jank in the game. It is much improved from launch but the game isn’t a technical masterpiece by any means. On the Xbox Series X the game runs at 60 frames per second which makes the game look clean. Resident Evil Village PS5
Again, considering the small team and budget, the shortcomings are forgivable. Now that Undead Labs is under the Xbox Game Studios Umbrella, we should expect State of Decay 3 to look much improved. Constantly Evolving The game that is playable in 2021 is vastly superior to the game that released in 2018. Undead Labs has done a ton of work here and it shouldn’t go unnoticed. There have been multiple content updates, including weapon packs, mission overhauls, new maps, overhauled graphics and lighting, customization, and much more. For as much as I loved the first State of Decay, something felt lacking for me in the sequel. Despite three new maps, SOD2 had removed much of the narrative content that added so much personality and atmosphere to the experience. The same is still true in this new addition, at least in terms of the game’s campaign, with limited interesting storytelling and character anecdotes throughout. Juggernaut Edition comes with a brand new fourth playable map for the campaign. Providence Ridge is easily the most visually unique map in the game. While SOD2’s launch maps were all a variation of the original’s summery Trumbull Valley, Providence is almost the opposite. Foggy and blue, Providence Ridge is aesthetically on the other end of the game’s other maps.
Despite Providence Ridge’s aesthetic differences, it doesn’t offer anything that the other maps don’t. The bases here are pretty bland outside of a fire station with a truck going through the gates, and you’ll start to notice a lot of copy and pasted buildings present in the areas as well. The first SOD took the time to build notable landmarks and environments with their own distinct feel and SOD2 loses that personality by stretching resources across four maps with little variety. Juggernaut Edition also packs in SOD2’s two expansion packs as well. Heartland takes us back to Trumbull Valley, for a story-focused adventure. It’s nice to see the original’s map with a shiny coat of paint on top and Heartland also scratches some of the narrative itches left behind by the campaign. It doesn’t give us the same great character interactions as the first game but it still fleshes out the SOD world enough. Daybreak is State of Decay 2’s second expansion pack and is definitely the most addictive, tense and corporative mode in State of Decay 2. It essentially works like Horde Mode from the Gears series, with waves of zombies attacking your stronghold. In breaks between waves you can reinforce walls, heal your team or run into the darkness for supplies to prepare for the next gruelling pile of brain eaters. It’s very easy to be overwhelmed in Daybreak.
Add-ons (DLC):State of Decay 2 Juggernaut Edition
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel i5-2500 @2.7Ghz / AMD FX-6300
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7870
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 30 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible
Additional Notes: Internet connection required for initial sign-in. Free Xbox Live account required to play.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel i5 4570 @ 3.2Ghz / AMD FX-8350
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB / AMD Radeon R9 380
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 30 GB available space
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