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Over 10 years later 7 Days to Die is going to leave Early Access

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A long time coming after initially going live back in December 2013, developer The Fun Pimps has now announced that 7 Days to Die is going to be leaving Early Access. The release is currently planned for June, with an exact date to be given closer to the time No I can't quite believe it's finally happening either.

Internally known as Alpha 22, they said they've always planned for that to be the "final" 1.0 release. Currently they do still plan to implement all their original Kickstarter goals, with further updates post-1.0 already planned with a preview roadmap available.

Some of what's to come after 1.0 include an overhaul to the weather system, a wardrobe system, cross-play for consoles, bandits, an event system, a story mode, Steam Workshop support and more.

The do plan to raise the price as well for the 1.0 release, to match with the new console release too, although later today April 22nd until April 29th, they will be putting it on a 76% discount to give people one more chance to buy it cheap before the price rises.

You can see their road to 1.0 video below:

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Supay Apr 23
Quoting: Eri
Quoting: slaapliedjeWeird, I swear I'd seen that Project Zomboid had left early access, but I just confirmed it's still in it. For the most part, I've stopped buying games that are in EA, mostly due to 7 days to die... some of them along the ways have had full releases, but some of them basically just grab the money then flounder...

I bought one game (A VR RPG) where the single developer actually died after he released a really sweet demo...
We are on the same boat there, It takes a lot to make me buy an EA because of past experiences that left a bad taste in my mouth. But right now I'm very tempted to buy Deep Rock Galactic Survivor just because DRG, I'm holding my self because unfinished game + Embracer Group is a risky combo right now, cancellation can be always behind the next corner.

Yeah, I just discovered that the Lookout Games (German boardgame company) webstore and replacement parts service has been shutdown after Asmodee, owned by Embracer, bought them up. They were superb and really good at sorting any product issues and a way to buy harder to get game expansions even if only in German. It meant redundancies too. Bloody cost cutting, carving up good quality and still profitable companies just to squeeze out more profit.
Supay Apr 23
Quoting: Supay
Quoting: Eri
Quoting: slaapliedjeWeird, I swear I'd seen that Project Zomboid had left early access, but I just confirmed it's still in it. For the most part, I've stopped buying games that are in EA, mostly due to 7 days to die... some of them along the ways have had full releases, but some of them basically just grab the money then flounder...

I bought one game (A VR RPG) where the single developer actually died after he released a really sweet demo...
We are on the same boat there, It takes a lot to make me buy an EA because of past experiences that left a bad taste in my mouth. But right now I'm very tempted to buy Deep Rock Galactic Survivor just because DRG, I'm holding my self because unfinished game + Embracer Group is a risky combo right now, cancellation can be always behind the next corner.

Yeah, I just discovered that the Lookout Games (German boardgame company) webstore and replacement parts service has been shutdown after Asmodee, owned by Embracer, bought them up. They were superb and really good at sorting any product issues and a way to buy harder to get game expansions even if only in German. It meant redundancies too. Bloody cost cutting, carving up good quality and still profitable companies just to squeeze out more profit.

It's also now been confirmed that Embracer are dumping nearly 1 billion Euros of debt onto Asmodee when they split them off, to pay off their own debts.
deron9 May 28
It's about time. My friends and I've been hooked on it for a good couple of years now, so I bought it already.
Don't forget the cost of a server, too. Who's playing this game knows that the official servers are not so fast. We have one from https://7d2d.net/, which costs $6 per month. We split the cost, a small price to pay for the hours of fun and chaos we've had surviving in it.


Last edited by deron9 on 30 May 2024 at 9:05 am UTC
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