Building on survivalist and horror themes, players in 7 Days to Die can scavenge the abandoned cities of the buildable and destructible voxel world for supplies or explore the wilderness to gather raw materials to build their own tools, weapons, traps, fortifications and shelters.
User reviews: Very Positive (14,225 reviews)
Release Date: Dec 13, 2013

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7 Days to Die thrusts players into the aftermath of the fall of civilization with only their wits and bare hands to survive. In this continually evolving title currently in alpha stage development, players must explore the open world alone or with friends to build tools, weapons and shelter against the dangers of the reanimated dead, infected wildlife and the world itself.”
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December 19

10.4 hotfix is under the tree

Bah Humbug Survivalists,
Sorry for the greeting but our 10.4 woes have hampered our Christmas spirit a bit. But not so much that we couldn’t muster up a gift in the form of a 10.4 b9 hotfix.

With the 10.4 b9 hotfix we should have compatibility with old saved games from 10.3 and 10.4 b8 with the only side effect being named storage crates built before 10.4 will not open.

Here’s what we fixed!

• Fixed KeyNotFoundException error for bald players when wearing headgear. Also known as the game hates bald guys in hats bug.
• Fixed server spamming "Can't send RPC function" and the resulting performance drops
• Fixed new player built named storage crates crashing old save games with already built storage crates
• Fixed a problem with the Unity NAT facilitator so peer to peer connections work again. We’re looking into a longer term solution for this.
• PersistentPlayerProfiles changed to default to false for dedicated servers. Persistent player profiles: TRUE means that when you log into a server for the first time, whatever character you are playing as (a big black woman with long hair) will always be what you look like, even if you change it to another profile (to a bald, fat white guy). FALSE means that you will change looks depending on what your current character looks like each time you log in.

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December 18

Merry Christmas 10-4 Good Buddy!

Ho Ho Ho Survivalists,
We have a nice little present for you under the snowy pine tree of Navezgane. It’s better than a zombie crawler breaking your leg. It’s better than dysentery with no goldenrod tea in sight. It’s even better than running from a nighttime horde in the desert sand with a whopping 30 wellness.

What could it be? It’s a brand new, shiny 10.4 build good buddy and it's ready to unwrap with a simple click of the download 7 Days to Die Steam button. The build contains many fixes, gameplay tuning, balancing, and a Christmas secret. Stay tuned for an upcoming 7DTD Holiday contest!

Read on little Navezgane Elfs to find out more!

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“7 Days to Die achieves exactly what it sets out to be. It’s a fun and intense post-apocalyptic sandbox with all the right mix of base-defense, scavenging, and exploration.”
8.3 – Shoost

“7 Days to Die is like Minecraft with Gravity. Building defenses with friends and huddling in the corner hoping no zombies get through can be great fun. But what keeps me coming back to the game is the TNT.”

“7 Days to Die looks genuinely impressive, and I can’t see this not making a huge impact when it arrives.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

About This Game

Building on survivalist and horror themes, players in 7 Days to Die can scavenge the abandoned cities of the buildable and destructible voxel world for supplies or explore the wilderness to gather raw materials to build their own tools, weapons, traps, fortifications and shelters. In coming updates these features will be expanded upon with even more depth and a wider variety of choices to survive the increasing dangers of the world. Play alone or with friends, run your own server or join others.

7 Days to Die development was launched following a successful Kickstarter campaign in August 2013, demonstrating the initial prototype. Joining us in early access now will help support the cause and ensure continued expansion of the development team, their efforts and the planning and addition of even more features and depth eagerly awaited by fans.

Many of our fans have commented in these early stages that they feel we are building the survival\zombie game they have always wanted. Our goal is to live up to this as much as we can and build a customizable, moddable game that allows users to fine tune their survival and zombie experience to create the experience players and their friends want.

  • Random World Generation - Play Navezgane or roll the dice and dive back into the game with friends in a randomized world with huge cities, towns, rivers, lakes, mountains, valleys, roads and wilderness locations.
  • Create and Destroy - The world terrain, structures and items can be destroyed or scrapped for resources. Re-purpose collected materials to build custom structures and fortification by hand, placing building pieces into the world in real time.
  • Terrain Enhancement - The terrain is now both smooth and natural but can still be destroyed and mined.
  • Upgradable Fort Building - Player built structures are assembled from framework which can be upgraded supporting wood, scrap metal and cobblestone upgrade paths. Hammer away just like real building and use Land Claim blocks to protect your fort in PvP.
  • Structural Integrity - Buildings and terrain formations which are too unstable can fall apart if proper supports are not built. Some building materials are stronger than others and pieces which break off and fall can be dangerous or deadly if they fall on you or enemies.
  • Item Crafting & Degradation - With a continually growing list of over 250 recipes, gather resources such as plant fibers, wood and metal to create weapons and tools such as hand made crossbows, knives and hammers. As your tools wear out over time, use your crafting skills to repair them.
  • Plants and Animals - Locate seeds to plant and grow vegetables, and head out into the wilderness to hunt animals once the cabinets in abandoned buildings are already plundered.
  • Stealth System - Sneak past zombies who can see, hear and smell you and smelly items in your inventory and throw rocks to distract them.
  • Buff/Debuff System – Enjoy or deal with a multitude of buffs or debuffs like a caffeine buzz or a broken leg in our rapidly growing Buff/Debuff System.
  • Cooperative Mode - Tired of zombie apocalypses that are more about fighting humans than zombies? Team up with your friends to work with other survivors rather than against them, using group efforts to build settlements and safety.

(Features in various stages of development, which will be added as the project progresses)

  • World Building Tools and Mod Support - Greatly expanded creation tools for players to create their own apocalypse for them and their friends, including Steam Workshop support.
  • Character Customization - Choose unique character skills and perks, what your character looks like and choose which clothing and gear to equip them with.
  • Drivable Vehicles - The cars in the world have long since decayed, but you may find enough raw parts to build a custom ride.
  • Skills System – Earn XP and upgrade your skills to become the ultimate Bruiser, Gun Nut, Gadget Man, Chemist or Stealth Agent.
  • Missions & Story Points- Do favors for NPC characters in return for experience and rewards, and learn more about what has happened in the world.
  • Infected Wildlife - Wildlife can become infected. There will be bears. Zombie bears.
  • Virtual Reality Headset Support - For the times when wandering through the woods at night isn't quite scary enough.
  • Environmental Temperature - Find shelter or build a campfire. Cold nights or long days in the desert will make a difference.
  • Weather Effects - The weather will change, and it may influence your survival.
  • NPC Characters - Stumble upon the occasional computer controlled character. Talk, trade or engage them. Locate safe houses controlled by them.
  • Professional Soundtrack & Voices - For those who prefer mood setting music to go with their game, and professional screaming.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: WindowsXP (Service Pack 3)
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound Card: DirectX® Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    • OS: Windows 7 or higher
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Memory
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound Card: DirectX® Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    • OS: 10.9
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
Helpful customer reviews
239 of 255 people (94%) found this review helpful
112.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 3
Early Access Review
First time playing when it turned night I had no choice but to burry myself in the dirt....

Sitting in the pitch black hole just listening to the insane sounds of the zombies outside.

I felt a real rush and fear not knowing what would happen.....

Its rare a game can do that to you.

Great extensive crafting mechanic
Zombies present an actual challenege especially at night when they run
Mining for resources feels like you actually acomplished something

DOGS, $^#@ them
Still in alpha so some glitches may occur
Performance can be rough on older systems unless you turn graphics all the way down

All in all though i give this game a strong 8/10
-The Fun Pimps seem to care about the game and are quick with fixes
-It can be insanely addicting to play
-I love the mining and crafting mechanics
-The fun to be had in this game is only limited to your own creativity

I am not good at writing reviews but I hope this helps at least one person

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308 of 408 people (75%) found this review helpful
369.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 17
Early Access Review
This game is great for LAN or private play as PVE with friends. Positive review from me here.

This is my first review on steam for a game and is because I am very angry at the whole way they are dealing with the cheating issues with the basic attitude of the developers who basically are saying theres no way to stop it so stop asking us to fix it.

IF you play on any server your base will get hacked, basical the server is open to client map files allowing modification and checking map to see where player bases are, where players are (while not on your friends list.) They can change the damage given, the damage they recieve, where they spawn (without a bed). Even tunnel through bedrock to escape easily after they have filled in your base.

Basically raids on bases are legal in PVP where your base is protected by landclaim blocks.
In a hack - land claim blocks do nothing to stop hackers because they change their damage to a rediculous amounts.

My friends and I on our third server we have lost everything decided to make a base hidden in a mountain, no forges would ever be running and all our stuff was at bedrock with a small tunnel as only means of entering. And about 10 minutes run from the main starting area.

Took the guy 5 minutes to completely fill in our base and tunnel out the bedrock leaving a hole into nothing where you fall, then log out and come back in to be on the surface. We have taken screen shots of this.
Usually you can spot a hacker when their ping is over 250 and they have the ability to set all pings to 0 there by disquising themselves. The steam ban does nothing for hacks as players can simply use family library sharing to get back on the servers they are banned from and keep playing the game.

If you want this game to play with a friend and PVE its a really good game.
If you want to play with other people, dont bother. Save your money cause all the work you do will be lost within minutes by hackers.
If you buy the game to play with others on an open server enjoy - 7 ways to be Hacked!
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134 of 180 people (74%) found this review helpful
84.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 16
Early Access Review
A wonderfully fun zombie survival game. The best one out there I'd say. The amount of content the dev's continuously bring to this game is amesome and I am grateful for that.. This game is addicting and surpasses what I ever expected of it to grow into. So why am I giving it a negative review?

Lets just say this games anticheat software is rather worthless and the developers don't seem to care or be focusing on that issue. I have more than once, ended up on a server with ONE single person modding/hacking/cheating that destroys it for everybody on the server, literally. It drives me crazy. The game is difficult as is and I'd like people to comment to see if their experiences is rather the same. I want to know if hackers and cheaters are as bad in this game as I think they are. Here is my experience lately.

Most recently I had a server that I put 2 days straight worth of work into to have it gone in a second due to one single person. That one single person somehow was able to hone missles from out of nowhere and kill everybody on the map as well as destroy all their supply crates, beds and you name it.. gone. I was also deep underground. To the bedrock. Yet a missle came from nowhere and killed me. Destroyed my bed, crates and everything. Me and the 2 other players I was with were furious.. What a waste of time.

This is the problem I run into with every multiplayer server based game out there is hackers and cheaters that just ruin it for everybody. I really have no interest to return to the game. What is the point in putting in all that hard work. Hours, Days or weeks worth of work just to have it gone in an instant. My recommendation is if your going to play, play on a server that is watched and you know is safe and possibly password protected and private. Otherwise, prepare for the worst on open servers.

So please, if you will. I want to know everybodies experience with this issue.
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37 of 43 people (86%) found this review helpful
34.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 14
Early Access Review
After having spent over a day total on 7DtD, I must say it is my favorite game as of now. It combines all of the best aspects of The Forest, Minecraft and DayZ with few bugs that are hardly noticable and it lets you take the game into your own hands. Build a massive corn field? Sure. Keep a cage full of living dead? Go for it you sicko! Build a giant statue of Shrek? I have 3 already! You can do what you want and more whenever you'd like, and it doesn't require internet, which is an important aspect for me because I live in a rural community and thats why I never really got into Rust. Overall I say it is completely worth the money

10/10 would build shrek again
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105 of 165 people (64%) found this review helpful
24.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 17
Early Access Review
I cried, hid in an attic and ate cat food.
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34 of 46 people (74%) found this review helpful
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
This game takes on a lot of features from Mincraft, but manages to not feel like a minecraft clone. The graphics aren't amazing but at the same time it manages to pull off some beautiful procedurally generated worldscapes. There are lots of settings to customize difficulty and gameplay to suit your style. If you aren't tired of zombies, like survival, scavenging, crafting and exploring, this is a nice game. This is not an ideal game for people who want to go on zombie killing rampages (at least not until you've played a while).

This is one of those gems from the alpha funding gold rush. The developers have continued to improve greatly on the game and meet development goals.
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27 of 34 people (79%) found this review helpful
74.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 13
Early Access Review
Remarkable and Outstanding.
I have played many sandbox games, and this one sets itself from the rest. I feel like I am in "The Walking Dead" when I'm playing. The new 10.3 has just arrived and gives me more of a reason to post this.
Give It a shot, it is worth it.
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23 of 33 people (70%) found this review helpful
251.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
7 Days to Die is a zombie survival, post apocalypse game, where you can build almost anything and destroy everything.

I got this game and a few copies for guildies thinking it would be a nice distraction from our main games. Little did I know this would become one of our guilds main games. Our guild leader is now thouroughly addicted and plays almost nothing else. While I have played some on public servers, our guild has our own server, so this review and my experience will be based mostly on the private server side of the game. I have found this game to be really addicting in the building aspect you can make almost amything you can think of and that is a major part of how addicting the game can be, you tend to keep saying to yourself "ill just finish this little area up and log next thing you know you have built an underground comples, hollowed out a mountian for your mine and build towers and fortifications everywhere, while forgetting to eat and sleep. Another good aspect "atleast on the private server is we can mod the world and setup game types form group survival to pvp which is very nice. The only issue I have seen so far is the new lighting system in update 10 while it looks very nice it really drops your frame rate (I was running game on max settings and now have turned shadows and anti-aliasing off for better preformance and some of our guildies with older computers and graphics cards are only hitting 3-10 FPS, after the update). So in short wonderful game but having a better comp will help alot especially on pvp servers.

*Nice graphics
*fun building mechanics
*fun multi-player (having a server is really nice)
*Zombies are well done and alot better AI since last update
*Easy to spend hours playing the game
*Development team is doing a good job of updating and informing public

*FPS drop since new update
*Limited on the differant types of zombies (afew more types would be nice
*some of the stuff in the world you are not able to build (mostly cosmetic stuff like beds, fridges and things like that)
*really wanted vehicles in this last update (guess it was just a rumor)

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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
57.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 20
Early Access Review
This is a great survival game that has a smoothly connected world, the houses look realistic, tunnels in the ground actually look like tunnels, there's many things to craft, books to teach you more crafting recipes. There's hunger, stamina, thirst, and health. You can sprint, you can cook food on fires if you have cooking pots or a grill. There's a fair amount of fire arms, and you can even craft the bullets for them. You can construct quite a fottress, barricade existing structures, repair damage on structures, upgrade parts of your structures to withstand more damage, grow food, hunt, and the longer you stay in one area, the stronger your scent gets in that area, increasing the chance of an invasion occuring, there's many types of zombies, most look standard, but there's a few special ones, and more are going to be added, not only can you eventually craft standard digging tools and cutting tools, you can find an Auger to dig faster, and a chainsaw to cut tree's down swiftly, multiplayer works fine too, the player sync seems to be perfect even if ping is around 100-150 levels. There are many clothing pieces you can find as you scavenge, head, chest, hands, legs, feet, and they have armor value against attacks, you can even use hides from animals you've hunted to make leather, and then leather armor with the proper knowledge. They recently added the random world generation, which i've been testing, it is done quite well, biomes seperated by rivers, if you look enough you'll find roads, and there's even generated structures to be found, you can also mine a tunnel down anywhere to find yourself some metal ores to make whatever tools, bullet casings, or bullet tips you need and coal, as well as nitrate, to make gunpowder. You can make torches, there's a few ways, and you can find flashlights, there isn't anything that can't be destroyed by you, or the zombies, everything has a different durability depending on what it is made of. The options for playing either on single player or multiplayer are fairy customizable, you can increase drop rates of all items, durability of all blocks, amount of zombies that spawn, how long days last, and how large of percentage of each day is night time, you can also decrease all of these options as well. I'd strongly recommend getting this game if you like a good survival, or action game with an extensive crafting system.
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16 of 21 people (76%) found this review helpful
71.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 7
Early Access Review
I'm going to recommend this on the basis that I have just sat in a poorly-lit attic absolutely scared out of my wits praying that the door I had made would hold and the zombies would leave me alone - knowing that in the morning I had to go back OUT THERE and find food and some kind of cure for the disease I caught drinking dirty water because I had nothing else.

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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
787.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
OK this is my first review ever so bear with me please :)

7D2D is a highly immersive (& addictive), horror themed, sandbox survival game that is set in fully destructible voxel landscape.

You are one of a small number of survivors remaining after a virus left most people mindless, savage and hungry hungry (for flesh ) roaming the landscape of Navezgane looking for their next meal.

OK, that’s the general gist of the game now for my thoughts!
If you like building things, finding loot, fighting monsters, exploring and enjoying yourself then this game will not disappoint!

I have had this game since about Alpha 8 and I can’t rave about it enough. It has incorporated almost everything you could want in this style of game and has done it with a great deal of quality and attention to detail. The devs seems to really listen to suggestions and are very active in the forums as well as regularly putting out bug fixes, version and alpha updates. I have a heap of alpha games and 7D2D is by far the best managed and most inclusive development team I have yet seen. There is an almost touchable excitement when the next Alpha is ready to be released.

The one and only down side to the game (apart the hours spent in a 7D2D playing coma :)) is the issue with hackers on the multiplayer servers but as far as I can tell this too is being taken seriously and steps are constantly being taken to safeguard against this (actively).

When the game comes to completion it is going to be the Horror Survivalist voxel type sandbox game by which all others are going to be measured by! (IMHO :))
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13 of 18 people (72%) found this review helpful
117.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 15
Early Access Review
7DTD was my first foray into early access and has become for me the Gold standard, against which I measure other titles. Although still technically in alpha, it is one of the most polished games I've played.

Gameplay is addictive and although it can be frustrating on first spawn (ie - no gear, alone and up against lethal mobs from minute one), getting to the survivable stage with crafted weapons and food is very quick to achieve with some careful thought.

The centrepiece is of course, the crafting.. which could be held up as an example of how to do it. Getting the recipies for advanced gear is deceptively easy in the main.. but actually being able to assemble all the neccessary bits is a challenge. Getting yourself ready for your first horde gives a sense of urgency to the proceedings.

A superbly well made and well thought out title and rapidly becoming my number one 'just another 5 minutes' game of choice.

10/10 and only getting better with each patch.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
71.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 15
Early Access Review
Ramps leading to two rows of wooden log spikes. Build a Metal Trussing cage, put yourself in the middle, close the lid with more Metal Trussing. The Thunderdome! For flare add torches all around.

When the horde comes, watch as they come for you. Man mode, hold a fist full of pork!

This game offer's a huge amount of exploring and entertainment (as is) Like the above, you can find a lot of different ways to survive the horde.

For not starving Id recommend you read about the first human beings. Learn to use guides. Farm, loot, hunting and gathering. The first ever humans were hunters and gatherers. What the ♥♥♥♥ you think they were? To survive you need to be fit and use your brain. Not rely on fast food and ding dongs and mommy to come wipe your butt.

That is the bottom line, you can go nomad and never settle down, or build a base.

If you go nomad Id recommend planting some crops and return every few days to gather them up. If you build a base, maybe a bigger farm?

Defenses is trial and error, nothing like siting in a prefab house with no defenses in the attic and only one can of chicken rations while a roaming horde is blasting through.

Oh and plant trees, they drop seeds when you chop them, plant some ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ trees!

Use Vitamins after eating or drinking bad food. When ALL ELSE FAILS, dig a hole and hide in it. Dig deep and cover as you go. This tactic is called the Saddam Hussein.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
21.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 18
Early Access Review
Don't ever try to pet the dogs.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 20
Early Access Review
This game is amazing so many good memories ^.^
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9 of 14 people (64%) found this review helpful
50.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
The following is my thoughts and experiences of the game after 48.7 hours of playing alpha 8 through 10.4 hotfix. (December 21, 2014)

My experience has been a little less enjoyable after playing for so many hours straight. Hordes spawn too fast with as much as only 2 minutes between horde attacks even when the game is set to low spawn rates. It's only day 3 on this new world, I don't think they should be coming this fast. But I guess that just adds to the challenge that many say is the proper way to play the game.

The game's unoptimized state has never really bothered me that much as I was always able to maintain a good 60 in nearly all parts of the map with settings turned to low or off. The city was where it'd some times drop to 50 and below. But with how fast these hordes are spawning my fps frequently dips to <30fps while they're around making the game stutter and hard to defend against attacks.

Even with these issues I'm still going back to the game multiple times a week. It's great watching the game slowly take shape with each update from the dev team!

The following is my thoughts and experiences of the game after 22.8 hours of playing alpha 8 through 10.1. (November 30, 2014)

I like it.

The reason I had any interest to pick up this game was because of the Game Society Pimps and their videos. If not for them I might of just passed on this game.
This is a very fun open world sandbox zombie survival game. It's fun playing with your friends.
There are bugs and it's not optimized but as it's still in alpha and these problems should be resolve by the time the game is done.

PS - I had a pretty sweet underground base.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
278.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 22
Early Access Review
I have played through this game since alpha 4. It may seem like i do not have a lot of hours playing this, But i bought this game last year. I have been throught he good and the bad of every update. 7DTD is a unforgettable sandbox game. With countless things to do. If you have not played this game and just clicked on a random title while browsing the steam store i reccomend sticking around. You can craft, build bases, get ammo, medicine, weapons. It feels somewhat repetitive after awhile of restarting the game due to server wipes. I wont go into full detail about this game and every single feature it has. Because there is simply so much. It is the dream game with a few downsides, However they will be fixed fairly soon i suppose.
Good sides:
amazing graphics
deep crafting
100's of hours of gameplay
random worlds for a new experience each time
you can farm
you can hunt
you can loot
You can even get fat and skinny
Character Customization
armor system
Realistic Aiming

Bad sides:
Alpha. However some might see this good so that they can fully enjoy the game with more content on its way for free.
Guns are somewhat unrealistic. Some are very good such as the pistol and sniper rifle, But the SMG and the shotgun and possibly the crossbow need a overhaul badly.
Monthly updates. Not bad, Not good.
Same stuff over and over
The community !!SOMETIMES!!
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 20
Early Access Review
Buried my best friend alive after we had a minor spat over who owned our pathetic home.

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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
55.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
I couldn't get why minecraft is such a fazinating experience for most gamers till i played 7days to die.
And now i love this kind of game! 7days is one of the most finished early acces games i've ever played.
Some cool features are missing and there are some bugs, but hey, it is still an alpha version so nothing to complain about.
The developer team is anxious to release freqeunt updates and hot fixes.
Great game!

For those of you who don't like it... Maybe you played on a buggy server!? Give it another try with friends in LAN mode.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 30
Early Access Review
A great game to play if you have a good group of friend to play with
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