What are the features of online play in 7 Day to Die?
Co-op play has a variety of differences: a simple house building can be exciting if you involve a creative friend or even a gang of friends in a joint passage - the server can accommodate up to 40 players. With this possible number, the role variability increases: some can be engaged in gathering, others in construction, others in exploration - you just need to find a common goal, which is incredibly difficult in 7 Days to Die. If you don't have a goal, you can make a little hell, flash through bloody battles in locations - just play against each other.
The game has some uniqueness, for example, based on the name of the game, your survival will be accompanied by a weekly "shakeout" - a wave of zombies that closes the week, knowing about the player's location and trying to kill him. That's why collecting resources and building fortifications is especially important - without a solid house, moat, and stakes, you risk not surviving longer than a week.
Your own game server
It is much more interesting and fun to play with friends, especially in a game like 7 Days to Die. Together, you can fight off crowds of zombies, look for food, shelter, and develop your character's skills. In this article, you will learn how to create your own 7 Days to Die server for online play.
First, you need to prepare the Steam console. SteamCMD is a command-line console (terminal) used to install Steam-related files and is the mechanism by which the 7 Day to Die server is installed and updated.