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Anyone familiar with the survival game genre will know the struggles of emerging in a world fraught with danger and enemies throughout. Combine this with the added pressure of a kill clock to almost certain destruction and you have the ingredients for a great game. That is exactly what 7 days to die does. This post-apocalyptic world is fraught with the dangers you expect, decaying buildings, a scarcity of resources, enemy players and finally the zombie hordes.

You must race against the clock and those who inhabit your world to create a shelter to hide away from the zombie hordes which will always come when the clock runs out of time.

As one of the highest-selling survival games in the world, you will find novices and experts throughout the worlds you play in. This can be a bad thing depending on your style of play and how you want to survive. You, of course have a much better chance of survival by teaming up with friends, and where better to do this than your own 7 days server.

Set in one of the most unforgiving survival worlds that you will come across, there is power in numbers and your opportunities to survive, rely on your choices both inside and outside of the game.

The combination of survival, first-person shooter and tower defense combines some of the best attributes of the gaming world into one universe. Loot, sabotage, steal, kill and survive with your friends in toe.

Some of the key features of the game loved by fans across the world include:

  • Exploration: Search abandoned buildings and enemy strongholds, avoid infected wildlife and select your location for defense.
  • Cooperative or compete C: Begin alliances to strengthen your chances of survival against opponents and the zombies or use these partners to your advantage.
  • Modify: create the world around you to help you survive, build defenses from the ground up or use what is in front of you to create traps, hiding locations and barricades.
  • Scavenge: Organize raiding parties, go solo or search and get lucky. This is how you survive. Get the best tools, armor and weapons and attach the mods within your world to give you the best chance of surviving.

What the developers have to say:

“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.”

The Fun Pimps began as concepts between friends in 2012. That concept would develop into the game we now have today. Friends and colleagues Richard Huenink, Joel Huenink and Christian Lang say they aim to keep working on 7 days to die until it is the best zombie game in the world. With sales and profits already far beyond their expectations, they are definitely on the right path.

Although there move into other consoles such as the Xbox and PS4 has been met with unfavorable reviews, the PC version of their game is still highly praised be it on private or public servers. With solo player, multiplayer and online situations to choose from 7 days isn’t going anywhere fast.

Benefits of a private server

While most survival games have their difficulties in the multiplayer world, 7 days kill clock makes it a lot more difficult and entertaining. That’s why we suggest having a private server to play the game. By removing outside interferences, you can form alliances among your friends, pool resources and do battle against the very world that you inhabit.

If you were to play on a public server, pitting yourself against experienced players and the zombie world is almost a certain recipe for disaster. On your own server, you can learn all the tricks and abilities within the world and use these to your advantage should you decide to move to a public server at a later stage.

When playing on a private server you can invite friends or playing partners form other games to join your server. You can explore the landscape, learn the secrets and tricks of the game that can be utilized later and do all of this while avoiding being killed by other players.

If you want to compete against friends, having a vast array of resources and time to develop strategies is much more fun than simply surviving long enough to be wiped out by the zombie hordes when they come.