The Fun Pimps and Telltale Games now launch the console version of 7 Days To Die which originally launched for PC back in 2013, and although does have slightly retro looking graphics does provide the same survival mechanics as the original.
If you are hoping that the latest 7 Days To Die title for the next-generation PlayStation 4 and Xbox One would be a remastered version with enhanced graphics, you are going to be a little disappointed.
Check out the video below to wet your appetite to the storyline and gameplay you can expect to enjoy in the console version of this popular PC game. The console version of 7 Days To Die does come with the ability to play with friends via split screen as well as also providing online multiplayer connectivity for extra fun.
The game’s main focus is to have the players try to survive the night, as the game features a day and night cycle, making the zombies slow and weak during the day, yet fast and aggressive during night-time. The game features a system in which the character constantly needs food and water.
Objects in the world degrade through use, so the player has to search for or make new tools as the game progresses. The player can build their own house or destroy existing ones in order to gather materials to construct a fort. The game also features a stealth and distraction system to avoid unnecessary conflict with the zombies. Carrying raw meat or foods that have a smell means the zombies can detect the player. The zombies in 7 Days to Die will climb, dig, destroy walls, doors to get to the player and kill them. The player needs to set up traps for the defense of his or her base in order to survive.
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