Drucker County is one of the four main maps in the campaign of State of Decay 2, alongside Cascade Hills, Meagher Valley, and Providence Ridge.

History[edit | edit source]

What would be known as Drucker County formed millions of years ago being a plateau, with various wildlife species such as Bison and Buffalo.

Over time, natives settled in the area. They were very small secluded tribes and often kept to themselves. Major expansion of the area didn't happen until the western expansion era and brought many people to the region, the most notable being Alfred Drucker, the "founder" of the county.

Home Sites[edit | edit source]

Current Conditions[edit | edit source]

Drucker County is largely abandoned and in ruins, with wrecked cars and trucks blocking the roads. The county seems to have had a greater military presence than the other locations, due to the presence of military blockades, evacuation centers, and surviving members of the Army scattered across the plateau.

Locations:[edit | edit source]

Drucker County contains 13 Plague Hearts and 21 Survey Points.

Large cliff sides and deep ravines are scattered across most of Drucker County. This often makes traveling around the map difficult, and also forces the player to rely heavily on vehicles. Caution is advised when driving offroad or taking shortcuts, as vehicles have been known to get stuck on rocks.

In the center of the map on the outskirts of "Santa Maya" is the Hospital, it is one of the largest structures of the three regions. To the south is an airfield surrounded by military posts, which makes it a prime location for looting.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In 2020 there was a rework of this map so the only way to know what this map was like before its update is to install an old version of the game on your PC or install a base disk on your xbox one.
  • Drucker County appears to be located in a desert, possibly inspired by the terrain of Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
  • One of the military posts that is behind the "Wheelhouse Truck Stop" base, was completely taken by zombies, we can see that the army kept the civilians until the last moment.
  • After Providence Ridge is one of the maps that its shortcuts can be a headache if you're not careful where you drive.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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