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Marcus Estrada posted a article in PCUndead Labs hosted a livestream today, as reported by VG247. What was revealed during the stream? Well, a few things, but the most notable was the talk the team had about State of Decay's previously announced PC port. They filled in a few details, although no release date is known yet. We do at least have a release window now. We should expect to see previously XBLA exclusive State of Decay join Steam before the end of 2013. It will also be lumped in with the Steam Early Access crew. Why would they do this when they already have a finished game available? For the Steam release they are keeping it in Early Access to start due to the fact that they still need to implement keyboard and mouse controls. The game will utilize Xbox 360 gamepads to start with. Similarly, they're going to need to add higher resolution textures and work out a better framerate before the real PC launch.
State of Decay arrived on XBLA just a few weeks ago on June 5th. Since then, the zombie-filled survival game has done very well. Yes, there are bugs and glitches which were not even fixed by the latest patch, but people seem willing to deal with it for the overall experience. This game has gone on to be the fastest-selling original game on XBLA ever. There's just something about zombies that is still a huge draw for gamers, it seems. So what's next for developer Undead Labs? They're bringing their game to PC! Undead Labs said the following about a PC release: "We're currently working on a PC version for release on Steam. Fortunately it's been in development alongside the Xbox 360 version since Day 1, so we just need to integrate with the Steam platform and add native support for keyboard and mouse control." 360 fans don't need to worry about the developer ignoring them in favor of the PC port though as they also assured players that they will continue to update the XBLA version as well. One such update will be a much-requested sandbox mode to live out all your horror movie fantasies within. So far, a PC release has no date but it is coming to Steam.