Yayınlanma: 28 Nisan
Erken Erişim İncelemesi
A work in progress that's starting to grow some moist, delicious meat on its bones. What started out as a basic proof of concept of another voxel crafting simulator with zombies thrown into the mix has slowly begun evolving into a realized apocalyptic world with meaningful danger, character advancement, useful and fun crafting, and looting that is neither lavish nor cruel. Though still lacking in any sort of narrative, simply surviving for its own sake can be an arduous--yet rewarding!--task that is made all the better with the inclusion of both singleplayer and multiplayer modes that allow co-operative and PvP styles of play. Your enemies are the omnipresent zombie menace, your own basic needs, and at your option and risk, other players, and 7 Days to Die has already implemented many honestly fun ways to deal with any of the three of these.
This game is definitely still early access, though it is clear the developers are behind their game for the long haul, evidenced by frequent, meaningful updates. Bugs are as numerous as they are mild, with serious offenders being far in-between. Some recipies and features that are supposed to be there have yet to be added. There are as of yet no answers in the Navesgane wasteland as to why it is radioactive or zombie-plagued. That said, I welcome you to become a part of the early access development of 7 Days to Die, confident that if this game has piqued your interest, then there is certainly enough content to keep you entertained, and much more to come!
Still not sure? Keep it on your wishlist. If nothing else, this is the game worth keeping an eye on.