How To Survive 2 Lands On Early Access With Users Praising Its Potential Gamer

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Mixed review scores always make it tough to determine where the game stands in the grand scheme of of its quality and worth. In the case of EKO Software’s How To Survive 2, which is being published by 505 Games, it’s a game being praised for its new upgrades and features over the original game, but many users also felt the game’s buggy state detracts from the experience.

How To Survive 2 allows players to customize their own character and survive in a zombie-infested wasteland. Players will have to scavenge for food, water and supplies to stay alive. The game’s Early Access version lets players level-up to 30, interact with physics-based objects, acquire 20 different weapons, and craft up to 70 different items. The game will be in Early Access through 2016 and will maintain the same price of $19.99 when it launches. The biggest new addition to the game is the multiplayer mode for up to 16 players.

You can check out a gameplay video for the game below, courtesy of Blitzkriegsler.

Despite the game seeming to have a lot of great promise, some users are warning away other gamers from playing the Early Access title due to shoddy controls, bugs and a lack of proper questing. Spazfrag writes…

Konahrik agreed with Spazfrag, detailing a number of issues with the Early Access, but still feeling it has potential in the long run, writing…

InsaneMeeM didn’t mind the glitches and hiccups in the game, acknowledging that it may be in Early Access but it’s still fun, writing…

RazzGurl offered an enthusiastic summation of the game but still warned gamers away who feel as if an incomplete game going through the early trials of Early Access may not be for them, stating…

[RIE] Grimes rolled out the same sort of advice, telling gamers that How To Survive 2 has a lot of potential but it might be best to wait until it’s in a more finished state, writing…

The multiplayer, crafting and character customization has been praised greatly, but the controls, bugs and clipping issues were not very welcomed amongst the critically observant crowd.

You can learn more about the game by visiting the Early Access page or by visiting the game’s official website.

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