The mod is combined with the new Lethal difficulty, which makes resources extremely scarce, causes zombies to become extremely dangerous, and in general makes the game nearly impossible for all but the most experienced players. The Walking Dead mod gets rid of all freaks (except for the occasional screamer), turns all zombies into lethal plague zombies, removes plague cure and all ways to heal plague damage, and finally makes all zombies “walkers” by removing their ability to run.
The end result is a State of Decay 2 game that eerily resembles the difficulty and challenge that’d be present in the Walking Dead universe and makes for an exciting combination that is fun to watch and (presumably) even more fun to play if you enjoy that kind of absurd challenge. Every zombie is lethal, and a single bite can be enough to end the game for even the sturdiest of survivors.
State of Decay 2 is still the go-to for anyone looking for this kind of specific zombie-survival action, but Undead Labs is hard at work on State of Decay 3, which will hopefully up the stakes in every way in this growing video game franchise. If you’re still playing State of Decay 2, be sure to invest in one of the best Xbox Series X|S Headsets that way you never miss a zombie.
Brian Menard streamed the first episode of him playing through the ludicrous Lethal difficulty with his custom mods enabled, and it’s certainly interesting to see. Would you play State of Decay 2 with this mod enabled? Let us know in the comments below!
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This post was written by Zachary Boddy and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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