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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 08:07

Undead Labs gets multi-year Microsoft deal

Written by David Stellmack

Extends development relationship with Microsoft Studios

The developers behind State of Decay that has been such a hit on the Xbox 360 has some exciting news. The studio known as Undead Labs, has signed a multi-year/multi-title development deal with Microsoft Studios going forward. While they can’t share all of the details right now, it is exciting news for the developers.

The folks at Undead Labs realize that it is the support of everyone that purchased State of Decay and spread the word about the title that made the difference. Big stuff is coming to State of Decay, but the developers can’t say more than that right now.

As for the future, the developers have nothing to announce right now, but will have an announcement at some point in the future. They would like to build some prototypes and before they have anything additional to add.

Read more at Undead Labs here.

 

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