7 Days to Die is a new survival horde crafting game from The Fun Pimps.In the year 2034 nuclear attacks have decimated the Earth and the remaining population is infected by an unknown virus. The infected die within 7 days and soon reanimate becoming blood-thirsty zombies. No one believed it; nobody expected it and nothing can stop it! You are a survivor in Navizgane County Arizona, a rare Eden in a world of devastation. Ironically, the Apache word Navezgane means Killer of Monsters, and kill you will as you fight, scrap, craft, salvage and fortify your way to survive looking for the truth behind what really happened.7 Days to Die is an open world, voxel-based, sandbox game blending the best elements of FPS, Survival Horror, RPG and Tower Defense style games. 7 Days to Die looks to carve out its own space giving gamers what they really want with a unique combination of combat, crafting, exploration, and character growth. It's not just Survival Horror anymore its Survival Horde.
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I'm running it almost maxed out with V-SYNC and FFXA2 on medium draw distance and get a stable framerate of 53-60 fps. I can max it out and game remains playable enough, but framerate suffers quite a bit from huge draw distance.