7 Days to Die – Days 22 – 25 NAVEZGAME – Split screen Co-op – 1080p 60fps – No commentary

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Started this out with “Hmm, I wonder if this is any good” Turned out it is awesome! Don’t let the visual presentation fool you the gameplay and the things the game has to offer are in wide variety of ideas and that are well presented. This is like more serious love child of Minecraft, State of Decay and ARK: Survival evolved and has a lot more offer as it introduces a lot of skills and other RPG elements.
Playing this with my girlfriend as most of the games that are on split screen on my channel.

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7 Days to Die is a survival horror video game set in an open world developed by The Fun Pimps. It was released through Early Access on Steam for Microsoft Windows and OS X on December 13, 2013. Versions for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were released in June 2016 through Telltale Publishing.

The game’s events happen after a nuclear Third World War that destroyed an extremely large part of the world, except for some areas such as the fictional county of Navezgane, Arizona. The player is a survivor of the war who must survive by finding shelter, food and water, as well as scavenging supplies to fend off the numerous zombies (hinted to be the consequence of nuclear fallout) that populate Navezgane. Though there is no real objective except surviving at this moment, the developers hinted at a possible storyline that will be added in future updates.

In 7 Days To Die, the player spawns into a randomly generated world or the preset world of Navezgane, Arizona, with the objective of surviving for as long as possible.[1] As the days go by, the zombies get tougher and more aggressive.[2] The game features the ability to craft, destroy, and manipulate objects. The game also comes with a physics system in which building a structure with no support such as pillars and walls can lead to its collapse. The…

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