7 Days to Die has redefined the survival genre, with unrivaled crafting and world-building content. Set in a brutally unforgiving post-apocalyptic world overrun by the undead, 7 Days to Die is an open-world game that is a unique combination of first person shooter, survival horror, tower defense, and role-playing games.Read full description
7 Days to Die has redefined the survival genre, with unrivaled crafting and world-building content. Set in a brutally unforgiving post-apocalyptic world overrun by the undead, 7 Days to Die is an open-world game that is a unique combination of first person shooter, survival horror, tower defense, and role-playing games. It presents combat, crafting, looting, mining, exploration, and character growth, in a way that has seen a rapturous response from fans worldwide. Play the definitive zombie survival sandbox RPG that came first. Navezgane awaits!
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This game could use upgrades in a few different aspects but i own it on PC and have put more than 20+ hours( what a joke) into it. At MOST it has taken me 2 minutes to log in to any match(single player, me hosting a match, or entering a friends match). Not 20 minutes thats exaggerating alot! He is incorrect on more than one point hes made. I mean lets give an honest review people! Theyre some gamers that strictly rely on reviews to consider buying games. Im here to confirm that when youre in another players match and they quit all youre progress is saved, you just get booted from match(obviously if host isnt hosting) but when you log back in you have all item, level progression, and EVERYTHING! I have been playing since release on a buddy's game and haven't had this issue once! The game is the most aesthetically pleasing but its not all about graphics people this isn't an AAA game people. It is extremely fun with multiple friends. The crafting systems is a lot easier to use than most games of the same genre and the cursor does move quickly enough and smooth enough to not be a problem for anyone can use a controller without auto aim. I say buy it and have fun with at least 1 friend
A friend of mine who really loves everything that has to do with zombies, TWD and post-apocalyptic stuff bought this game for himself and me, that was about 3 years ago now, back then I really couldn't stand the game as it looked bad and the mechanics weren't the best either, not to mention I don't really enjoy zombies. Lately I tried to play it again and was surprised to see that it changed a lot, for the better, I actually enjoyed it, but I certainly wouldn't play it alone without my friends. But I do recommend getting this if you are into these type of games!
7 Days to Die is one of those games where you say, "just 10 more minutes," and end up playing for hours. It is just that addicting to explore boarded-up towns and abandoned houses and farms, or just foraging for natural resources and building up a base Minecraft-style. The game is still in Early Access, but it is already well rounded and entirely worth the price as is, even if nothing else is ever added or fixed. All of the issues I have encountered so far are minor inconveniences that are easy to live with (like barns collapsing when destroying a hay bale on the floor, or floating cemeteries). Multiplayer is fully functional and allows both Coop and PvE games, which are a lot of fun. The only concern is a somewhat steep learning curve at the beginning, which might turn off some players, but it is easy to figure out what to do simply by experimenting and exploring the crafting menu. Exploration and experimentation are what these games are all about anyway.
Anyone who knows and loves minecraft,as well as likes zombie survival games will like 7 Days to die,as it is focused alot on crafting but also has plenty of survival horror elements in it to make it scary to go out scavenging alone at night.The only negative thing I have found is that hackers are common on public servers and the developers don't do anything about it. However, it is still good
7 Days is an early access title that at first looks like garbage. Visually unimpressive and massively underwhelming for the base price of 25 dollars, it seems like another development studio just threw random mechanics together with zombies and called it a day. However, upon actually playing the game, I was pleasantly surprised with what this game has to offer. It shines with its multiplayer, which is the only really fun way to play the game, and with friends, you will quickly lose hours of your life to this game. It is part crafting, part survival, part coop game that all around is decently impressive for an early access title. At 25 dollars, it is a bit of a disappointment, but if you catch this game on sale, and have friends to play with, you will be glad you purchased it!
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