State of Decay's first DLC coming to Steam and Xbox Live Nov. 29

The first piece of downloadable content for Undead Labs' open world zombie survival game, State of Decay, is coming to Xbox Live and Steam on Nov. 29, the developer announced today.

The add-on, titled Breakdown, focuses less on story and more on longterm survival, according to the developer. The DLC brings with it greater difficulty, more achievements, new weapons and new playable survivors, some of which you can see in the newly released trailer for State of Decay: Breakdown.

"Take on an endless campaign with twists and turns based entirely on your own choices," reads Undead Labs' description of the trailer. "Build up your score in the face of an ever-escalating zombie threat, and compete with survivors around the world. Complete challenges to unlock new heroes with unique weapons and skills."

Hitting alongside Breakdown is State of Decay's next title update, which brings with it bug fixes and a new loot distribution system. The Steam version will get a fully remappable keybind feature a few days ahead of that.

State of Decay: Breakdown will cost $6.99 on Xbox 360 and Windows PC.

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