7 Days to Die comes on Xbox One and PS4 at the end of June 2016
7 Days to Die is a survival horror video game developed by The Fun Pimps. The game is set in an open world and it was released firstly via Steam’s Early Access for Mac OS and Windows PC back in December 2013. According to Telltale Publishing, the publisher of the game, 7 Days to Die will be released for both current-gen consoles, Xbox One and PS4 on June 28, 2016.
However, even if the title will be released on June 28, 2016, gamers will be able to purchase it from retail stores starting from July 1, 2 016, at a price of 29.99 dollars (or the regional currency equivalent).
On both consoles the 7 Days to Die game will come with a new multiplayer mode along with a local split-screen co-op, which means that you will be able to play this game offline with another friend, from the same console. If you are interested in purchasing this title, then you should know that it can be pre-ordered right now. Players who will pre-order the game will have access to exclusive five character skins from Telltale The Walking Dead, which includes Lee Everett and Michonne.
It seems that more and more developers are using the Steam’s Early Access. This way, they are able to let the players test out their game before it is released and get some feedback on the way, which will allow them to improve the game before it gets released.
Survival Horror games are becoming more and more popular now and since VR headsets are already starting to be released worldwide and the market will be full of them soon, we think that this game genre will take full advantage of them in order to offer the best horror experience to gamers who are familiar with gore scenes from the movies.
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