Undead Labs has announced that State of Decay 2 will receive a massive free update called “Juggernaut Edition” that includes the three previously released add-on packs, as well as ‘tons of new content’ alongside general improvements that’ll make the game better for everyone. The update will arrive next month and will be free for all existing game owners. State of … Continue reading (Date:02/18/2020 02:41) Read full article >>

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Juggernaut: A juggernaut ) in colloquial English usage is a literal or metaphorical force regarded as mercilessly destructive and unstoppable. In British English, it is also used to mean a large heavy truck or articulated lorry. Originating ca. 1850, the term is a metaphorical reference to the Hindu Ratha Yatra