Microsoft Builds Post-Apocalyptic Gaming Bunker for State of Decay 2

Doris Richards
May 16, 2018

Not only will gamers be offered access to the survival-horror sequel when subscribing to the service for $10, but also they will be given the chance to play over one hundred other different Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles as well. The gameplay itself it what you'd expect at this point from what's already been shown off, like melee combat and scavenging. The Xbox team has also planned a special Xbox Live session with "The Walking Dead" star Chandler Riggs on May 15, and you'll be able to watch the livestream on Mixer starting at 4PM PDT.

The game releases on May 22nd and will be priced at $30. "Originally built to house military personnel in 1947, the 4,000 square-foot space perfectly embodies the feeling of the unsafe, unpredictable dystopia inspired by State of Decay 2", the blog post on Xbox Wire reads.


The authentic World War II-era Quonset bunker is about seven miles east of downtown LA, where everything else in the world happens unfortunately for us East Coast folks, and it's 4,000 square feet of zombie-fueled dystopia. "Originally built to house military personnel in 1947, the 4,000 square-foot space perfectly embodies the feeling of the unsafe, unpredictable dystopia inspired by State of Decay 2".

Calling it "The world's first gaming bunker", Microsoft is outfitting the area behind the 25-ton blast door with everything someone would need to make it through a zombie apocalypse.

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