7 Days to Die Leaving Early Access with Major Updates and Price Increase
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7 Days to Die Leaving Early Access with Major Updates and Price Increase

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

In December 2013, 7 Days to Die was introduced to early access and has since grown to be a favorite among gamers, garnering positive reviews and millions of dedicated players. The game, known for its unique take on the zombie survival genre, has seen significant evolution over the years, and now, after almost a decade, it is finally graduating from early access.

FunPimps, the developer behind 7 Days to Die, has officially declared that the game will soon be leaving early access, with the first test launch of version 1.0 set to take place in May. This marks a significant milestone for the game and its devoted community.

In a recent video titled 'Alpha Exodus', which serves as a preview of the upcoming 1.0 launch for 7 Days to Die, several exciting changes were unveiled. One major update includes a price increase for the game, reflecting the new premium offerings that will be introduced. Despite the shift to 1.0, FunPimps has assured players that the game will continue to receive updates and support for years to come. Additionally, a new version of the game will be available on consoles, catering to Xbox and PlayStation enthusiasts.


The upcoming 'graduation' update for 7 Days to Die will bring a plethora of new features, including new challenges, enhanced gore effects, improved vehicle assets, a new wardrobe system, roaming bandits, and a story mode. This substantial update is sure to excite both existing players and newcomers alike.


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