Undead Labs has confirmed through a Facebook post
that their zombie-infested title State of Decay, previously refused classification in Australia, has been resubmitted to the Australian Classification Board with a new healthier edition.
Refused classification to due its portrayal of incentivised drugs, the new edition has been given a new name for its stimulants, changing the offending drugs to "supplements".
Australians, I can OFFICIALLY tell you that the special edition of the game is now in the hands of your review board. Stimulants out! "Supplements" in! Who could possibly not like vitamins? They're good for you. Anyway, we're feeling pretty optimistic about our chances.
With the recent discovery
of a low-violence version for Volition's Saints Row IV, the first title to be refused classification since the R18+ rating came into place, hopefully we'll see both games available to Australian gamers as soon as possible.
In other State of Decay news, the Facebook post also revealed that the long-awaited PC version could be coming to gamer hands sooner than expected. There is currently no specific date, however the post did reveal that we could expect a PC copy sometime "within three weeks." Hopefully we will hear more soon.