We’ve teamed up with composer Jesper Kyd to bring you two exclusive tracks from the soundtrack to State of Decay Year One: Survival Edition. The game itself came out last week while the soundtrack itself comes out tomorrow. The music is sublimely beautiful but has an air of sinister intention lurking behind.
Kyd is a BAFTA-award winning composer behind some of the biggest games in history, including the Assassin’s Creed and Borderlands games as well as the Hitman games, to mention only a few.
The game’s synopsis reads:
The end is here. Life as you know it has gone to hell after the mother of all zombie outbreaks. Now you and the few scattered survivors must band together to survive and rebuild in a 3rd-person action game set in a dynamic open world. You choose where to make your stand, designing and fortifying your home base, performing daring raids for food and ammunition, and rescuing other playable survivors with unique talents. The open, sandbox world develops in real-time, shaped by your actions, dynamically generating content based on your choices and the ever-increasing zombie threat.
State of Decay: Year-One Survival Edition brings the smash-hit zombie-survival-fantasy game to Xbox One and PC on Steam. Beautifully remastered in 1080p, it includes State of Decay, “Lifeline” and “Breakdown” Add-Ons, along with new weapons, vehicles, gameplay and Achievements.
The OST drops tomorrow on all digital platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and more.