State of Decay 2 brings its original map, a fully remastered Trumbull valley. The fans of the franchise know that this above-mentioned card was presented for the first time in the original game, which was launched at the players community in June 2013 on Xbox 360, before being launched on PC via Steam in November following.
State of Decay 2 was then launched in mid-2018, but the exit has met a litany of technical problems that have generated many negative comments on the game that does not really make sense of depth. The UNDEAD LABS developer has since resolved these problems over the last three years through a multitude of post-launch updates.
The launch in March 2020 of State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition has significantly improved the continuation because of its enormous graphics and lighting improvements that have made the gameplay very nice on the Xbox Series X / S optimized consoles. The 4K capacity of these new generation consoles has increased its features up to 60 frames per second.
Since the recent announcement at the Gamescom 2021, the fans of the State of Decay 2 title will be happy to hear that one of the emblematic maps of the franchise, Trumbull Valley, will again be presented in the next Juggernaut edition, alongside State Of Decay 2: Update of return to the house whose launch is scheduled for September 1st.
The map would have been completely removal and will include two new territories than the game Heartland patch had no. The Players of State of Decay 2 will see the consequences of the events that took place in the HEARTLAND update and will be witnessed from any change since then, as well as a fence on some narrative son. The map will also contain new items that only completely remastered version will include, such as six new bases, 10 new weapons, 12 new outfits and hats, and the 12th game premium pack.