The Fun Pimps and Telltale Games? survival crafting game, 7 Days to Die, has now reached the grasps of console players as the game recently launched for the PS4 and Xbox One. There?s a lot of hype surrounding the game and it?s probably because of the success of its PC version. While there are a lot of reasons to grab the game now, there are also a few reasons why you shouldn?t buy it. We got you covered, so you can avoid spending some money on a game that might not be for you.
If You?re A Console Owner
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of 7 Days to Die offer a better visual experience to play, but apparently, the console versions are a mess as well. ?Players have reported extended load times whenever their consoles are connected to the Internet while in-game. It?s likely that the devs will fix the console versions at one point, but for now, it might be better to stay away from it.
Not Your Typical Crafting Game
At its core, the game borrows a lot of elements from Minecraft. Players need to scour the area for resources which in turn can be used to build an array of items. During the night, the players need to hold out for the terrors that wait. 7 Days to Die is way difficult than Minecraft, and the enemies here are more ruthless than Creepers. If you?re expecting a casual survival experience, stay away from this game.
7 Days to Die a survival experience that really puts you on the edge of your seat. While the day is a calming stroll in the park while searching for resources, things take a turn for the worst when night falls. If you?re the type of player that can?t handle too much pressure, then seeing the sun set in the game may not be the best view for you.