[PS4/Xbox One] 7 Days to Die - £23.99 - Base
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[PS4/Xbox One] 7 Days to Die - £23.99 - Base

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Found 21st Apr 2016
7 Days to Die releases on Xbox One and PS4 01/07/2016. Base don't take payment until dispatch, so should it drop here (you'll pay the lowest price) or anywhere else, you can obviously cancel, risk free.

It has great reviews on Steam from when it was released on PC back in 2013.

I'd suggest reading some of the reviews, this could well become a little console gem.

Currently priced at £29.99 on Amazon, and £24.99 at 365Games.

"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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7 Days to Die (Steam)
A little more info on its console release here.
I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's in alpha as far as I can see so no idea how it's getting a full release yet. Another one of these crafting games in a minecraft lego world.
davidfwalsh

I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's … I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's in alpha as far as I can see so no idea how it's getting a full release yet. Another one of these crafting games in a minecraft lego world.



I haven't played it on PC so I can't comment. There does seem to be a high level of positivey for the game on Steam (in between the negatives), but I'd be highly surprised at Telltale for attaching their publishing name to a console mess.
davidfwalsh

I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's … I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's in alpha as far as I can see so no idea how it's getting a full release yet. Another one of these crafting games in a minecraft lego world.



​As far as I can tell it is still in alpha, that's why I was surprised this a boxed copy and not in the preview programme
I hadn't heard of this until seeing this and just watched some vids and I really like the idea. Its basically walking dead with minecraft but with better graphics??

Looks good to me especially at this price!
davidfwalsh

I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's … I have it on the PC and it's simply awful (IMO). It still looks like it's in alpha as far as I can see so no idea how it's getting a full release yet. Another one of these crafting games in a minecraft lego world.


I've played a few of these early access survive-em-ups, and 7 Days to Die is the best in terms of playability. The graphics aren't great, but if you can get past that, you've got a sculptable world with genuine challenges, scavenging done right, and a crafting system that works surprisingly well. It's best if you play with friends - me and two chums sank many hours into it last year, but that was after I'd canaried it and already enjoyed it a surprising amount while solo. Well, maybe not that surprising, considering the huge amount of positivity around the game from people who have played it. (It being about £6 didn't hurt, either.)

The Forest would be my second-highest recommendation as a "pre-release" that's already very playable and fun (and also ~£6 on sale). After that, my list from personal experience drops into unfinished potentials - The Long Dark and Subnautica are both good and 'playable' already, but clearly missing a few essentials; 7DtD is far better than ARK in its current unbalanced, unoptimised state, and games like Savage Lands, GRAV and Planet Explorers are still pre-alpha incoherent messes (albeit with potential). And then there are abandoned messes like StarForge.

Hmmmm. Perhaps I'm playing too many of these games.
I'd suggest people wait for the digital foundry preview and see how it performs, technically. After ARK, caution certainly has to be aired for these alpha survival games, handled by a small team, where optimisation is far far far from their number one priority.
From what I have read. This PS4/XB1 version ships with Alpha 14.5. I hope this put this on the box!

I really enjoy this game on PC. Depending on the performance on the PS4 version. I might get it for the PS4.
ocelot20

From what I have read. This PS4/XB1 version ships with Alpha 14.5. I hope … From what I have read. This PS4/XB1 version ships with Alpha 14.5. I hope this put this on the box!I really enjoy this game on PC. Depending on the performance on the PS4 version. I might get it for the PS4.



Never heard of that before.. a retail version of an alpha build game?
ocelot20

From what I have read. This PS4/XB1 version ships with Alpha 14.5. I hope … From what I have read. This PS4/XB1 version ships with Alpha 14.5. I hope this put this on the box!I really enjoy this game on PC. Depending on the performance on the PS4 version. I might get it for the PS4.



Do you have a link to that info?
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You couldn't pay me enough to play this, haaaaaaaaa. What is that !!!!!
DEAL OF THE FOREVER.

1127 hours of gameplay on steam and counting.

DEAL OF THE FOREVER.
Chaz_UK

DEAL OF THE FOREVER.1127 hours of gameplay on steam and counting.DEAL OF … DEAL OF THE FOREVER.1127 hours of gameplay on steam and counting.DEAL OF THE FOREVER.



I have "only" 390 hours on Steam... but I will purchase it on PS4 too...
BetaRomeo

I've played a few of these early access survive-em-ups, and 7 Days to Die … I've played a few of these early access survive-em-ups, and 7 Days to Die is the best in terms of playability. The graphics aren't great, but if you can get past that, you've got a sculptable world with genuine challenges, scavenging done right, and a crafting system that works surprisingly well. It's best if you play with friends - me and two chums sank many hours into it last year, but that was after I'd canaried it and already enjoyed it a surprising amount while solo. Well, maybe not that surprising, considering the huge amount of positivity around the game from people who have played it. (It being about £6 didn't hurt, either.)The Forest would be my second-highest recommendation as a "pre-release" that's already very playable and fun (and also ~£6 on sale). After that, my list from personal experience drops into unfinished potentials - The Long Dark and Subnautica are both good and 'playable' already, but clearly missing a few essentials; 7DtD is far better than ARK in its current unbalanced, unoptimised state, and games like Savage Lands, GRAV and Planet Explorers are still pre-alpha incoherent messes (albeit with potential). And then there are abandoned messes like StarForge.Hmmmm. Perhaps I'm playing too many of these games.


Where is The Forest for £6? I can only find it on steam for £10.99.
BuzzDuraband

Do you have a link to that info?



​It was a quote from one of the devs in steam. I'll see if I can find it.
BetaRomeo

I've played a few of these early access survive-em-ups, and 7 Days to Die … I've played a few of these early access survive-em-ups, and 7 Days to Die is the best in terms of playability. The graphics aren't great, but if you can get past that, you've got a sculptable world with genuine challenges, scavenging done right, and a crafting system that works surprisingly well. It's best if you play with friends - me and two chums sank many hours into it last year, but that was after I'd canaried it and already enjoyed it a surprising amount while solo. Well, maybe not that surprising, considering the huge amount of positivity around the game from people who have played it. (It being about £6 didn't hurt, either.)The Forest would be my second-highest recommendation as a "pre-release" that's already very playable and fun (and also ~£6 on sale). After that, my list from personal experience drops into unfinished potentials - The Long Dark and Subnautica are both good and 'playable' already, but clearly missing a few essentials; 7DtD is far better than ARK in its current unbalanced, unoptimised state, and games like Savage Lands, GRAV and Planet Explorers are still pre-alpha incoherent messes (albeit with potential). And then there are abandoned messes like StarForge.Hmmmm. Perhaps I'm playing too many of these games.



You should add me on Steam bro, I'm an addict just like yourself. Funnily enough, I've tried most of the early access such as Rust, H1Z1, Hurtworld; but I'm yet to try 7DtD!
It's a good game, changed a fair bit over two years - that's 2 years and still in alpha mind. £24 however? I'll stick to my PC copy.
BuzzDuraband

Do you have a link to that info?



7daystodie.com/for…les!

It will be a full release with content up through alpha 14+ some additional content. Consoles do allow updates Minecraft for example. We can't say at this time how much content will be added this will be a surprise


Cheers Richard

Even if we went gold tomorrow, (which we aren't) it doesn't mean we would stop working on the game or updating it.

I don't mind early access on consoles. As long as it says the game is a work in progress. As it stands alpha 14.5 is very playable. But the game is nowhere near finished. They still to go from alpha to beta finally to 1.0 release. I very much doubt the game will be fully released and considered a finished game come June.
ocelot20

They still to go from alpha to beta finally to 1.0 release.



Not necessarily, although not quite a stage of alpha, Minecraft was originally released on the Xbox 360 back in 2012 at Beta stage 1.6.6.

From what I have read today the game seems to have been heavily supported by The Fun Pimps for the past two and a half years, it has great reviews and now has Telltale on board.

I notice 14.5 is the same build as the Steam version, yet the PC version doesn't support (iirc) the added console features of a new multiplayer mode supporting local split-screen for couch play, additional online multiplayer modes and features will be revealed in the coming weeks. which shows some differences in the two builds.

Ye have little faith. I think it's definitely worth a pop at the price if the genre is your thing.
BuzzDuraband

Not necessarily, although not quite a stage of alpha, Minecraft was … Not necessarily, although not quite a stage of alpha, Minecraft was originally released on the Xbox 360 back in 2012 at Beta stage 1.6.6.From what I have read today the game seems to have been heavily supported by The Fun Pimps for the past two and a half years, it has great reviews and now has Telltale on board. I notice 14.5 is the same build as the Steam version, yet the PC version doesn't support (iirc) the added console features of a new multiplayer mode supporting local split-screen for couch play, additional online multiplayer modes and features will be revealed in the coming weeks. which shows some differences in the two builds. Ye have little faith. I think it's definitely worth a pop at the price if the genre is your thing.




Don't get me wrong. As is the game is really fun and I think £24 is a decent price for the state it is in now plus extra multiplayer modes. However there is still a lot off improvements to be made.
OptimusBrown1988

Where is The Forest for £6? I can only find it on steam for £10.99.


It is not currently part of a sale, as far as I can see. I bought it when it was on sale.
I bought this on PC and really wanted to like it but it is borderline unplayable and quite boring.
I think it's a fantastic game, but only on multiplayer.

Some of the laughs you can have are great. Probably my favourite game over the last two years
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