Survival Game 7 Days to Die Coming to PS4 & Xbox One in June 2016 From Telltale Publishing

April 7, 2016Written by Jason Dunning

From developer The Fun Pimps and Telltale Publishing, survival game 7 Days to Die is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June 2016 as a retail and digital title, priced at $29.99.

Here’s what Telltale says about 7 Days to Die:

Set in a brutally unforgiving post-apocalyptic world overrun by the undead, 7 Days to Die is an open-world survival game that is a unique combination of first person shooter, survival horror, tower defense, and role-playing games. It presents combat, crafting, looting, mining, exploration, and character growth, in a way that has seen a rapturous response from fans worldwide, generating hundreds of thousands of hours of community content on YouTube and other streaming video platforms.

Already available on PC, the console version of 7 Days to Die adds a new multiplayer mode supporting local split-screen. Further details about additional online multiplayer and features, as well as “exciting” post-launch DLC, will be revealed in the near future.

By pre-ordering 7 Days to Die, you’ll receive exclusive access to five character skins from Telltale’s The Walking Dead, including Michonne and Lee Everett.

Telltale Publishing SVP Steve Allison said:

Telltale Publishing seeks to bring the best and most innovative games in their genres to new audiences. 7 Days to Die has already thrilled over 1.5 million PC users worldwide, and we’re delighted to bring this game from the PC to consoles everywhere. The Fun Pimps have redefined what the survival genre can be with unrivalled world-building, crafting, and character growth. With overwhelmingly positive user feedback for the PC version, we can’t wait to expose a brand new audience to this exceptional and terrifying sandbox experience.

The Fun Pimps Co-Founder Richard Huenink added, “We’re very excited that Telltale brought us together with the folks at Iron Galaxy, to build the game collaboratively and specifically for consoles. They have a stellar track record, and have been incredible partners in ensuring a perfect translation that includes new features and content not seen in the PC version.”