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7 Days To Die Trophies And Achievements Are Absurdly Difficult

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The action-survival horror game 7 Days To Die is all set to hit stores this month. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the game features an open-world environment that combines first-person shooting tactics and RPG elements. Long-term franchise fans on PC may easily recognize the importance of trophies and achievements in the game, but it is now coming to consoles, so it?s really important for players to know how challenging the game could be.

The upcoming zombie-slaying and crafting game features trophies, and gaining these achievements is quite difficult. From the platinum trophy to initial achievements, game developer The Fun Pimps has introduced a highly challenging way to complete the game. To achieve some of these trophies, players will have to make significant progress in the game. For instance, the Alexander The Great trophy which requires killing 2500 other players is really hard to achieve and can only be accomplished after spending hundreds of hours in the game.

Regarding the difficulties in achieving these trophies, some game enthusiasts on Reddit had a strong debate. User Cragvis said, ?Kill 2500 other players on console? How is that even possible to get?? What?s causing tension among gamers is the game only allows up to four players on any given map. Killing 2500 other players seems really hard because it will certainly consume more time.

This is not the only trophy players are worried about, as the game features a lot of similar trophies that require a lot of effort. The game features multiplayer mode, and players enter the randomly generated world with a single objective of staying alive as long as they can. As they progress in the game, they will be required to build houses and destroy existing constructions while fulfilling their need for food and water. Players will also be required to set up defense in order to survive.

It would be interesting to see how the game will hold up on consoles. 7 Days to Die will be released on June 28 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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