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7 Days to Die comes to consoles on June 28

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7 Days to Die, the survival horror crafting game from The Fun Pimps, will be released June 28 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, publisher Telltale Games announced today.

The Fun Pimps launched 7 Days to Die on Linux, Mac and Windows PC via Steam Early Access in December 2013, while Telltale's publishing arm is bringing the game to consoles. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of 7 Days to Die will include a new mode: split-screen local multiplayer.

7 Days to Die will be released both digitally and at retail in North America on June 28. In Europe, only the digital version will launch on June 28; the game will be available July 1 at retail. It will cost $29.99. PS4 and Xbox One pre-order customers will receive a set of five skins based on characters from Telltale franchises, including Lee Everett (The Walking Dead) and Michonne (The Walking Dead: Michonne).

For more on 7 Days to Die, check out the developer diary below.