State of Decay 2 Play Anywhere (Xbox One/PC) £22.99 (£21.84 with code/Apple Pay) @ CDKeys
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State of Decay 2 Play Anywhere (Xbox One/PC) £22.99 (£21.84 with code/Apple Pay) @ CDKeys

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Found 8th Mar
Includes both the PC and Xbox One version. Possibly an extra 5% off (£21.84) using Apple Pay or Their FB code.

How Will You Survive... the End of the World?

When the dead rose fifteen months ago, civilization ended, and humanity was abandoned by its leaders. Now, scattered survivors must band together to survive and rebuild while facing threats of starvation, sickness, hostile humans, and of course, hordes of zombies!

State of Decay 2 is a community-centered survival-fantasy game, set in a zombie apocalypse. You control a unique group of survivors, deciding on the best strategies to keep these characters alive while improving their skills and gathering the resources they need. You choose where to make your stand, designing and fortifying your home base just the way you want it. You choose which of your survivors to put at risk performing daring raids for food and ammunition. You choose when to make contact with new survivors (who have their own goals and agendas), and which of these strangers you'll rescue and recruit to your community.

Every player's experience is unique. As you play, the open, sandbox world responds to your decisions, developing in real time and dynamically offering new opportunities for you to demonstrate your own personal survival priorities. These decisions also result in real, lasting consequences for your community. Send your best scavenger across the map to gather medicine for a sick friend... but know that they might not make it home. Help your neighbors, and you might make new allies... or you could decide that you need their food supply more than they do.

State of Decay 2 also offers a co-op multiplayer option, allowing you to invite up to three players to visit your community and help you complete your goals. Or you can jump into a friend's game to see how their story has developed differently from yours.
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I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.

Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.

I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 8th Mar
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Now this is what I'm talking about, heat
Do they have the ultimate edition?
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Turtle19921 m ago

Do they have the ultimate edition?


CDkeys don't at this point (the Microsoft site does but it's full price - £39.99)
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Looks like zombies dlc for the division
LTic4 m ago

CDkeys don't at this point (the Microsoft site does but it's full price - …CDkeys don't at this point (the Microsoft site does but it's full price - £39.99)


Yeah I got it on Xbox but if they get it cheaper I’ll cancel and order through cdkeys like I did with far cry 5 and sea of thieves
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Turtle19921 m ago

Yeah I got it on Xbox but if they get it cheaper I’ll cancel and order t …Yeah I got it on Xbox but if they get it cheaper I’ll cancel and order through cdkeys like I did with far cry 5 and sea of thieves


Think I'll probably do the same!
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I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.

Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.

I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 8th Mar
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BuzzDuraband2 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention


Certainly worth mentioning as an alternative - thanks!
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BuzzDuraband2 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention


Thanks, I forgot about checking that and I've got game pass until the middle of June so I'll try before I buy!
Any codes?
BuzzDuraband13 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention



Each to their own I suppose, but you are still paying £19 for games you will no longer own should you not carry on that subscription. Still worth a mention though for those that want to go down the route of renting games.
BuzzDuraband18 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention


Can you use that on PC??
I've not logged into the Windows part on PC yet just been using Steam!!
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UltimatePhoenix4 m ago

Can you use that on PC??I've not logged into the Windows part on PC yet …Can you use that on PC??I've not logged into the Windows part on PC yet just been using Steam!!


You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in the catalogue can be played an a PC, yes.
RC915 m ago

Each to their own I suppose, but you are still paying £19 for games you …Each to their own I suppose, but you are still paying £19 for games you will no longer own should you not carry on that subscription. Still worth a mention though for those that want to go down the route of renting games.


It's arguable that "buying" digital games is really just a rental too, as you're buying a license, and if the store servers go offline (Which to be fair, I doubt the MS servers are going off anytime in the next 20 years) then you can't download or play your game any more.

Not arguing against digital purchases (I have 300 digital Xbox games compared to a dozen physical, not to mention 900 games in my steam library), but ownership of any form of digital media is a bit murky.
LTic27 m ago

Certainly worth mentioning as an alternative - thanks!


I completely agree. Basically if you have an Xbox and they release at least 3 games a year worth owning then it’s great value. For anyone who doesn’t care about special editions or steelbook cases etc (not looking down at those who love that stuff, I just don’t see the point) and want just the games it’s a no brainer. New games. Back catalogue to play too. It’s fantastic value and will make a serious dent for physical releases for overpriced high street retailers.
BuzzDuraband8 m ago

You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in …You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in the catalogue can be played an a PC, yes.


Yes. I played Gears 4 on PC with friends who were playing on Xbox. The crossplay works really well. Plus you get the added bonus of a kB & mouse.
BuzzDuraband32 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention


I went for this

You also get access to Darksiders 1&2, Halo Wars 1 & 2
BuzzDuraband45 m ago

I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month …I'm not devaluing the deal in any way, but CDKeys also have the 3 month Xbox Game Pass sub for £18.99/£18.09.Unarguably the better option in my opinion at the moment, what with Sea of Thieves on the 20th, Rise of the Tomb Raider added on the 1st of March along with Super Lucky’s Tale Resident Evil Revelation 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station and some fishing game. State of Decay 2 is added on there on release, too.I appreciate it's not for everybody, but it's more than worth a mention


The way things are going, I can see me only buying maybe 1 or 2 games a year and buying yearly subs of xbox live(inc GWG), EA Access, and Game Pass(when yearly subs come out). So glad I stuck with Xbox even after their poor E3 conference ahead of the Xbox One launch. I was so close to defecting to Sony at that point but Microsoft have really turned things around(plus I couldn't say bye to Halo and Gears).
BuzzDuraband59 m ago

You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in …You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in the catalogue can be played an a PC, yes.


Good to know. I only really play most games campaigns so this will save me some moolah.
BuzzDuraband1 h, 3 m ago

You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in …You can purchase a Game Pass subscription, and any Play Anywhere titles in the catalogue can be played an a PC, yes.


Nice, cheers, might have to go for it, hear State of Decay is really good
teddy15901 h, 8 m ago

It's arguable that "buying" digital games is really just a rental too, as …It's arguable that "buying" digital games is really just a rental too, as you're buying a license, and if the store servers go offline (Which to be fair, I doubt the MS servers are going off anytime in the next 20 years) then you can't download or play your game any more.Not arguing against digital purchases (I have 300 digital Xbox games compared to a dozen physical, not to mention 900 games in my steam library), but ownership of any form of digital media is a bit murky.


This worries me slightly. I haven't been able to download DLC I purchased on the original Xbox for years now.
teddy15901 h, 28 m ago

It's arguable that "buying" digital games is really just a rental too, as …It's arguable that "buying" digital games is really just a rental too, as you're buying a license, and if the store servers go offline (Which to be fair, I doubt the MS servers are going off anytime in the next 20 years) then you can't download or play your game any more.Not arguing against digital purchases (I have 300 digital Xbox games compared to a dozen physical, not to mention 900 games in my steam library), but ownership of any form of digital media is a bit murky.


Completely agree with purchasing of digital content, it is murky but still far less murky than renting games (for me anyway). Couple buying digitally with the whole game sharing situation, you can actually pick up State of Decay 2 for £12.50 from the Microsoft store. Even cheaper again if you take advantage of CD Keys and the like.
RC934 m ago

Completely agree with purchasing of digital content, it is murky but still …Completely agree with purchasing of digital content, it is murky but still far less murky than renting games (for me anyway). Couple buying digitally with the whole game sharing situation, you can actually pick up State of Decay 2 for £12.50 from the Microsoft store. Even cheaper again if you take advantage of CD Keys and the like.


I agree, it's far more likely a game will be removed from game pass than the MS store servers being shut down, so it's a more reliable method of playing your games (I still really doubt MS will remove any of their first party titles from it though). Hell, given that the majority of physical copies of games these days are pretty much unplayable without huge day one patches (Which would also be unobtainable should the servers ever be shut down), there's really no way to 100% "own" a game these days.

Gamepass can also be gameshared though, so for £12.50 each, you could both get gamepass for 3 months. I guess it's entirely personal preference though. I'll likely still buy Halo 6 (or whatever they end up calling it) just because I love the franchise and want to support it, even though I'm subbed to gamepass.
This is the only game I want to play on the Gamer Access Pass Compilation Service(no interest in Sea of Thieves or Crackdown) so I’d prefer to pay £11 each and gameshare it. Knowing how I play games I’d likely not get round to playing it for months anyway, so I’d be paying a monthly sub for no reason.

I'll likely wait till it hits £15 anyway, more to give them time to release a few patches first, if it’s anything like the first game was back in the day it’s going to need some.
Especially if gamesharing as only £4 a month. That said there are not many titles on Gamepass I don’t already own through deals with gold etc that I haven’t got round to playing yet. Too much choice and not enough hours. good for newcomers along with EA access. How many games can a person play in a month/year. Especially when you get roped into playing Pubg every night.
Hi guys I'm fairly new to how PC gaming works, so here's the situation
I saw the state of decay 2 pre-order price at £24.99 on the microsoft website and i want to get it.

So my questions are:
Is this the PC version or Xbox version
Once it does come out do I need to buy any subscriptions to play online
Are games from the microsoft store good or bad
Is a Dell inspiron 7577 with a GTX 1060 enough to play a game like state of decay
Anything else I should be aware of

Thanks in advance
£24 on Amazon or £22 with Amazon Prime.

Why isn’t this game, the usual £40+ Is it not expected to do well
W1zz4 h, 17 m ago

£24 on Amazon or £22 with Amazon Prime.Why isn’t this game, the usual £40+ …£24 on Amazon or £22 with Amazon Prime.Why isn’t this game, the usual £40+ Is it not expected to do well


They want to create a good relationship with the state of decay community. Apparently no micro transactions either
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