One of my biggest complaints with survival games in general is the player’s complete lack of regard for anything around him.
Survival games have to incorporate reasons to let other players live and not simply kill them on sight.
As alluded to already, there has to be more to do in a survival game besides killing zombies and other players. There is definitely a fine line to cross when incorporating PvE into a game so very focused and driven by PvP. For myself, get the combat, crafting and building right first, then add some rewarding PvE elements. I’m not saying there needs to be an actual PvE mechanic where players actively seek out killing the zombies and animals in the world, just that those environmental elements must be dangerous to provide a reason to survive (not go out and hunt).
Other MMOs with FFA serves seemed to have the attitude of always killing other players with choosing not to attack being the exception. It is more exciting to kill or get killed in an environment where killing is the exception as opposed to killing or getting killed in an environment where it is the rule. I think there should be some dedicated PvE servers, or at least some servers with PvP flagging or some other severely punitive PK penalties. While your idea makes sense on a certain commonsense level Keen, I just think that players will end up getting non-consensually fingercuffed between strong NPC’s and strong PvP groups. I think PvE servers would be popular and likely have a more mature community, and if griefers don’t like it well then join a PvP server and forever hold their piece.
Unturned is a first person survival FPS in which players must scavenge for supplies as they traverse a zombie-filled environment.


Players may wield both melee and ranged weapons with melee weapons being ideal for taking out zombies without alerting others while ranged weapons are best suited for taking out enemy players from a more secure location. Each game profile contains useful information about the game, gameplay videos, user reviews, gameplay screenshots, system requirements and more!
And by that I mean they exist in a limited quantity, and you could in theory actually kill them all.
In the real world animals (including people) avoid combat because even if you win you can sustain severe injuries. Players may choose to play offline by themselves or join others on community hosted servers in either PvE only or PvP configurations. In order to survive players need to secure a source of food and water to stave off dehydration, famine and sickness which will ultimately lead to their characters permanent death. Firearms can also be equipped with different zoom optics and muzzles players pickup on their journey.
Kill that player immediately because he has stuff you want — the goal is to get stuff. Seeing a zombie should terrify the player so much that if another player runs by the two of them desperately want each other’s help. Base building is a really cool idea if given the proper attention and fleshed out to be a meaningful and rewarding goal. What the player is having to survive against can still include other players, but if the environment isn’t a huge part of survival then the game is┬ásimply PvP.
But for now the PvEnvironment is pretty strong and the Monsters can be a real challenge if you are not prepared.


Perishables aren’t super common in Unturned and players will need to collect supplies in order to grow their own food sources and setup a sustainable camp to protect their supplies from other invading players. As players take out wandering zombies they’ll gain experience which can be used to increase special traits which boosts a players affinity in certain areas including survival, scavenging, stamina and marksmanship.
This game really is a hidden treasure among the over hyped bullshit suck ass games made by big companies such as EA.
Communities can form around the idea that players go out and find things and trade amongst themselves.
Now imagine an axe could mean a disabled limb for a long period of time, or significant bleeding, or potential infection.
To do this players will venture into abandoned areas including towns, farms, and military bases where they can find items needed to craft fortifications and fend off attacks from encroaching enemies with makeshift traps. The upside is that the developer is working directly with the community and very approachable. Make it so that in the short term their may not be a huge incentive to cooperate, but it being the only long term option worth pursuing.
Maybe only allow a single character per server and make it either permadeath or very long respawn.
Have an end goal of eliminating the zombies, with shorter term goals like establishing a safe haven, building to a fortress, that kind of thing.



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