Today, we have something new to announce for the zombie survival fan: "the State of Decay 2 Collector's Edition". In short, the game will be taking full advantage of the greater power of the Xbox One X to make the game look as good as it can. The first "State of Decay", which came out for the Xbox 360, featured microtransactions as small as 99 cents, back then, for some in-game items including a gun, an SUV and a backup melee weapon.
State of Decay 2 releases on May 22, 2018 for Xbox One and PC.
Being a more powerful console with more processing power and higher resolution, State of Decay 2 will naturally look better on the Xbox One X than it does on the original Xbox One. Each player will still maintain command of their own personal community and roster of characters even during multiplayer.
Unlike other big-budget titles that have since run into the loot box controversy, Undead Labs will not be turning to loot crates or microtransactions to entice players to pay more after they already bought "State of Decay 2".
Unfortunately, the Collector's Edition does not feature a copy of the upcoming open-world zombie sequel, so you're going to have to fork out an extra $29.99 on top to actually play it.
Don't forget, though - if you aren't exactly overflowing with cash when it comes to buying one of these, you can still check out State of Decay 2 on the Xbox Game Pass, as it'll be available as a day one release for the service.