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Just yesterday, Telltale Games’ new publishing company, Telltale Publishing, announced on Twitter that they were going to reveal a new project with a partner developer today. But now, as promised, Telltale Publishing has released a trailer officially announcing the open-world, zombie survival game, 7 Days To Die.
The sandbox building and zombie slaying game 7 Days To Die is now on sale through Steam Early Access. To celebrate, developer The Fun Pimps is offering a discount on the game for the last days of the year.
Fun Pimps' zombie game 7 Days to Die has returned to Steam. The title's Greenlight page was removed for several days due to a legal dispute between Fun Pimps and Killing Floor developer Tripwire Interactive.
Earlier this week the open-world zombie game 7 Days To Die was pulled from Steam. Earlier today I spoke with the man responsible for the game's removal. Here's what I learned.
A batch of 15 new indie games have been greenlit for Steam. This new group of Steam Greenlight successes will allow players to take on a variety of colorful professions, such as space station janitor or a friendly neighborhood ghost.
Fun Pimps has turned to Kickstarter to fund their survival zombie game 7 Days To Die. They're hoping to raise $200,000 dollars through the service by August 15th to fund their ambitious open-world title.
7 Days To Die developers Fun Pimps took a risk today by releasing 15 minutes of pre-alpha footage from their co-op zombie survival game. While the rawness of the video might turn off a few people, it provides plenty of reasons to be excited for 7 Days.
There are plenty of open-world zombie games out there trying to best DayZ and plenty of sandbox building games trying to top Minecraft. 7 Days to Die, however, is trying to take elements of each game and put them together in one satisfying package.