In Project Zomboid, every brutal death is a learning experience
Survival games are all good and fun, but I can only enjoy them if they present a decent challenge. RimWorld is a brilliant colony sim, for instance, pitting players against ever-increasing odds until they escape the planet they’ve crash-landed on or a raid by mechs wipes them away. Mount & Blade: Bannerlord keeps players on their toes with random events that can throw their carefully managed kingdom into disarray. But there isn’t a more brutal, story-driven sim game than Project Zomboid.
Project Zomboid launched all the way back in 2011 and has effectively been in development for a decade at this point. The game blew up in popularity recently though, mainly because of an update that added stable multiplayer. Are there still some bugs and latency issues to sort out? …
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