The Fun Pimps is readying one of the biggest updates for the PC version of 7 Days To Die and the developer is taking a while in creating it. It’s been several months since Alpha 15 launched and it looks like the release of the next major update is on the horizon. Here’s when we could expect the 7 Days To Die Alpha 16 release date.
The game’s forum post regarding details about Alpha 16 got updated recently and it revealed that The Fun Pimps is targeting an early June release. The 7 Days To Die Alpha 16 release date for the experimental version was previously set for May, but it looks like the developer had a few problems along the way so the release has been moved to June instead.
If Experimental Alpha 16 is scheduled sometime in early June, then we can expect the release of the stable version to be sometime in July. The Fun Pimps notes that the stable build will be released two to three weeks after the experimental build. Though it isn’t confirmed yet, it’s very likely that we will have access to the Experimental Alpha 16 in June since it’s release was moved from May and the developer could just be polishing it more.
While players will have all the features of Alpha 16 in the experimental version, they can expect to come across a few problems along the way since it’s just an unpolished version of the update. It could come with a few bugs and issues which they should immediately report to The Fun Pimps so that it can be addressed before the full 7 Days To Die Alpha 16 release.
The developer notes before that 7 Days To Die Alpha 16 is the biggest update for the game yet and it’s no surprise that the developer is taking months into making the update. Work on the update began on since October last year and it’s been in development for more than half a year already.
The update will be home to a lot of new features and mechanics that players should be excited about including new skyscrapers, zombies, animals, and many others more. Aside from this, Alpha 16 will also have a ton of graphical improvements for players to check out once it launches. And hopefully, we can all have the stable access to it, sometime next month.