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Early Access Game

Reviews

“What can I say? This game's interface looks so simplistic by today's standards, and yet the Indie Stone team has managed to possibly create one of the best post-apocalyptic zombie survival games in existence to date.”
Max Power! (105 hrs)

“Most realistic zombie apocalypse scenario game to date.”
democar821 (81 hrs)

“The gameplay is surprisingly addicting, sometimes I look at the clock and wonder where the last 4 hours went, but looking at my fort shows me where they went.”
syfy2K4 (1,021 hrs)

About This Game

Project Zomboid is an open-ended zombie-infested sandbox. It asks one simple question – how will you die? 

In the towns of Muldraugh and West Point, survivors must loot houses, build defences and do their utmost to delay their inevitable death day by day. No help is coming – their continued survival relies on their own cunning, luck and ability to evade a relentless horde.

IMPORTANT: A huge graphical and gameplay overhaul is currently in beta of build 41 accessible via the Steam Beta tab (single player only). If playing single-player its highly recommended you give it a shot!

Current Features


  • Hardcore Sandbox Zombie Survival Game with a focus on realistic survival.
  • Online multiplayer survival with persistent player run servers.
  • Local 4 player split-screen co-op
  • Hundreds of zombies with swarm mechanics and in-depth visual and hearing systems.
  • Full line of sight system and real-time lighting, sound and visibility mechanics. Hide in the shadows, keep quiet and keep the lights off at night, or at least hang sheets over the windows.
  • Vast and growing map (loosely based on a real world location) for you to explore, loot and set up your fortress. Check out Blindcoder’s map project: https://map.projectzomboid.com/
  • Vehicles with full physics and deep and realistic gameplay mechanics.
  • Use tools and items to craft weapons, barricade and cook. You can even build zombie proof forts by chopping trees, sawing wood and scavenging supplies.
  • Deal with depression, boredom, hunger, thirst and illness while trying to survive.
  • Day turns to night. The electricity falters. Hordes migrate. Winter draws in. Nature gradually starts to take over.
  • Farming, fishing, carpentry, cooking, trapping, character customization, skills and perks that develop based on what you do in-game.
  • Proper zombies that don’t run. (Unless you tell them to in the sandbox menu).
  • A ton of amazing atmospheric music tracks by the prodigy that is Zach Beever.
  • Imaginative Challenge scenarios and instant action ‘Last Stand’ mode, on top of regular Sandbox and Survival 
  • Full, open and powerful Lua modding support.
  • Xbox Controller Gamepad support on Windows. [Others pads can be set up manually. Gamepad support not currently available on Mac]

    We’re a small team at the moment, but we’re also committed to providing the following:

    planned Features:


  • The return of our PZ Stories mode that also serves as first ever tutorial actively trying to kill you at every turn. Kate and Baldspot return!
  • In-depth and varied NPC encounters driven in a persistent world, powered by a metagame system that turns each play-through into your very own zombie survival movie with emergent narrative gameplay.
  • Constant expansion of the countryside and cities around Muldraugh and West Point
  • Full wilderness survival systems, animals and hunting for food.
  • More items, crafting recipes, weapons and gameplay systems.
  • Steam Workshop and Achievements support

For more details on the game follow us on @theindiestone or visit http://www.projectzomboid.com

A huge thanks to the wonderful MathasGames and Dean Cutty for making the awesome intro video. If you love indie games their channels are well worth a sub.

System Requirements

    • OS: Vista, 7, 10
    • 64bit OS required
    • Processor: Intel 2.77GHz Dual Core; Quad-core recommended
    • Memory: 4Gb Ram
    • Hard Disk Space: 3gig
    • Video Card: Dedicated graphics card with 1 GB of RAM minimum and GLSL 1.2 support
    • Sound: FMOD compatible sound card
    • OS: OS X 10.7.3, or later. 
    • Processor: Intel 2.77GHz Dual Core; Quad-core recommended
    • 64bit OS required
    • Memory: 4Gb Ram
    • Hard Disk Space: 3gig
    • Video Card: Dedicated graphics card with 1 GB of RAM minimum and GLSL 1.2 support
    • Sound: FMOD compatible sound card
    • Processor: Intel 2.77GHz Dual Core; Quad-core recommended
    • Ubuntu LTS 16.04/Steam Machine. Requires Libgcc 6 or higher
    • Memory: 4Gb Ram
    • Hard Disk Space: 3gig
    • Video Card: Dedicated graphics card with 1 GB of RAM minimum and GLSL 1.2 support
    • Sound: FMOD compatible sound card
Sours: https://store.steampowered.com/app/108600/Project_Zomboid/

Project Zomboid is currently in early access, meaning the game is not yet complete. Changes will only come as more of the developers work on the game. Now, some players prefer to play on Build 41 of Project Zomboid.

How to Play Build 41 in Project Zomboid

You may wonder what Build 41, other than the most stable build of the game and whether you should be playing it, too. If you’re not sure how to play on it, we have it covered. Keep on reading to learn how to play using it, even with friends.

How to Play Build 41 in Project Zomboid

Before we get into playing on Build 41, let’s briefly introduce what it is.

What Is Build 41?

While Build 41 isn’t the latest version of Project Zomboid, it remains the most critical update so far. In Build 41, there were more than 20 changes and updates to the game. Here’s a small sampling of changes:

  • New survivor skills
  • Better gunplay
  • Improved vehicle handling
  • New combat features
  • Overhauled sound effects
  • Visible backpacks

The new engine and gameplay differences mean that the older versions aren’t compatible. The developers have solved the problem by releasing a Classic version, allowing players to enjoy their modded versions of Project Zomboid while working on the newer version.

This build is very stable, and players are still playing on it while waiting for Build 42.

Project Zomboid’s developers, The Indie Stone, took giant steps while transitioning to Build 41. This update involves switching to Java 15 and LWJGL (3.2.3). The upgrades will let the game use OpenGL/Vulkan technology, effectively modernizing the game.

Playing on Build 41

Switching from the latest stable release to the Build 41 beta is incredibly simple. However, you shouldn’t enable your existing Project Zomboid mods. Other than being incompatible, they may cause problems accessing the Build 41 beta.

After you disable your mods, assuming you have any, follow these steps:

  1. Launch Steam on your PC.
  2. Head to your Steam library.
  3. Right-click on Project Zomboid.
  4. Choose “Properties” from the list.
  5. Click on the “Betas” tab at the far right.
  6. Select “iwillbackupmysave” from the menu.
  7. Once Steam says you opted into the beta successfully, you can play on Build 41.

Sometimes, mods aren’t the problem. The Indie Stone recommends a complete reinstall after deleting your installation and user folders.

If there’s no problem, you can start a new game in Build 41. Old saves from Build 40 won’t work on Build 41, making starting over necessary. However, you’re free to explore the new mechanics, graphical overhauls, and much more.

How To Play Multiplayer in Build 41

Initially, The Indie Stone revealed that native multiplayer would be unavailable due to how unstable it was. Currently, there’s no official way to play multiplayer yet. To the disappointment of many, the developers claim that the system needs to be released when everything is ready.

However, there are still at least two ways to play multiplayer in Build 41. Keep in mind one method involves modifying the game. It can be dangerous to your game, so we recommend careful consideration before proceeding.

Play Multiplayer in Build 41 With Steam Remote Play

Local multiplayer up to four persons is already in the game. While inviting friends over may be preferable, it may not be possible due to distance or other factors. That said, Steam Remote Play can solve your problem.

With these steps, you can invite friends to play Build 41 with you online:

  1. Open Steam on your PC.
  2. Launch Build 41 of Project Zomboid.
  3. Open the Steam Overlay with Shift + Tab.
  4. Go to your Friends list.
  5. Invite your friend by clicking “Remote Play Together.”
  6. You’ll be playing Build 41 together once they accept the invitation.

Steam Remote Play works by simulating local controllers through the signals sent by your friends. This way, games you can typically only play together in person can be enjoyed even if you’re far away from the other players.

There’s some input delay and lag, though, so it’s better to play multiplayer this way only if everyone has a strong internet connection.

Of course, Steam Remote Play isn’t perfect, and there may be times where the internet won’t cooperate. However, this is the case with all online multiplayer games.

Steam Remote Play not only allows for multiplayer gameplay, but you can voice chat and use your own controllers. It’s even possible to share the keyboard even if you’re halfway across the globe from each other. Amazingly, you can play across operating systems too.

The other players can play Project Zomboid Build 41 with you even if they don’t own the game.

Play Multiplayer in Build 41 by Modifying the Code

The second method for playing multiplayer will require you to change the game’s code. All players must also own the match and modify it this way. However, the potential damage you’ll do to the game is unknown.

If you’re still willing to play multiplayer this way, this is how to get started:

  1. Go to “ProjectZomboid\media\lua\client\OptionScreens\MainScreen.lua” on your PC.
  2. After you open the .lua file, go to lines 1518 and 1528.
  3. Delete “[[” on line 1518 and “]]” on line 1528.
  4. Scroll up to line 1465.
  5. Add “[[” without the quotes after the “–.”
  6. Go to line 1468 and add “]]” after the end of the line.
  7. Scroll up to line 584.
  8. Remove the “–” at the beginning of this line and add it to the front of the following line.
  9. Add the “–” to the beginning of line 596 as well.
  10. Add “–” to the beginnings of lines 590, 592, 601, and 603.
  11. Save the file.
  12. Launch Project Zomboid Build 41.
  13. If you followed all the steps right, you could play multiplayer.

As multiplayer for Build 41 is disabled, you’ll likely find it unstable, and you may experience desyncs and bugs.

Build 41 isn’t compatible with older and stable builds, which means you can’t play with older saves or mods. With how unstable the Build 41 multiplayer already is, we don’t recommend tampering with the files any further than necessary.

Let’s Survive Together

As we wait for The Indie Stone to release newer builds of Project Zomboid, playing with friends is still possible. Build 41 is an advanced version of the game, and with so many new features, you’ll see the game in a new light. Thankfully, the developers made accessing it a matter of several clicks.

Have you played Build 41 with friends? What’s your favorite part of the changes? Let us know in the comments section below.

Sours: https://www.alphr.com/project-zomboid-play-build-41/
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Project Zomboid

Co-Op Features in the PC Version

Popularity#61

The Co-Op Experience

Players can team up and survive together in an open world persistent server.

Description

Project Zomboid is an open-ended zombie-infested sandbox. It asks one simple question – how will you die? 

In the towns of Muldraugh and West Point, survivors must loot houses, build defences and do their utmost to delay their inevitable death day by day. No help is coming – their continued survival relies on their own cunning, luck and ability to evade a relentless horde.

Current Features

  • Hardcore Sandbox Zombie Survival Game with a focus on realistic survival.
  • Online multiplayer survival with persistent player run servers.
  • Local 4 player split-screen co-op
  • Hundreds of zombies with swarm mechanics and in-depth visual and hearing systems.
  • Full line of sight system and real-time lighting, sound and visibility mechanics. Hide in the shadows, keep quiet and keep the lights off at night, or at least hang sheets over the windows.
  • Vast and growing map (loosely based on a real world location) for you to explore, loot and set up your fortress. Check out Blindcoder’s map project: https://map.projectzomboid.com/
  • Vehicles with full physics and deep and realistic gameplay mechanics.
  • Use tools and items to craft weapons, barricade and cook. You can even build zombie proof forts by chopping trees, sawing wood and scavenging supplies.
  • Deal with depression, boredom, hunger, thirst and illness while trying to survive.
  • Day turns to night. The electricity falters. Hordes migrate. Winter draws in. Nature gradually starts to take over.
  • Farming, trapping, fishing, carpentry, cooking, trapping, character customization, skills and perks that develop based on what you do in-game.
  • Proper zombies that don’t run. (Unless you tell them to in the sandbox menu).
  • A ton of amazing atmospheric music tracks by the prodigy that is Zach Beever.
  • Imaginative Challenge scenarios and instant action ‘Last Stand’ mode, on top of regular Sandbox and Survival 
  • Full, open and powerful Lua modding support.
  • Xbox Controller Gamepad support on Windows. [Others pads can be set up manually. Gamepad support not currently available on Mac]

Community Rating

3.50 out of 5 stars.
4 total votes.

This page contains co-op info for Project Zomboid on the PC. All information about Project Zomboid was correct at the time of posting. Information is subject to change. If you see any errors please email us.

Sours: https://www.co-optimus.com/game/6045/pc/project-zomboid.html

Multiplayer

Online Multiplayer

Online multiplayer was released to the public as a beta on 10th of February 2014. At this point in time, the multiplayer, much like the rest of the game is still being worked on. This means that bugs and issues will usually come up during the course of play of the game. If you encounter issues while playing the multiplayer, you can try and see help on the steam forums or can visit the "Multiplayer Help" sections of the TIS Forums located here

Connecting To A Server For First Time

To connect to a server, you will need to be in the onlinetest beta branch on Steam. Desura users at this point in time do not have access to multiplayer. In the bottom right of the main menu you will find a "Join Server" option. Click on this and you will be brought to the connection screen. You'll need a server to connect to and can find a list of servers found here: http://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php/forum/71-servers/

Some servers will require whitelists. This means that the owner will need to add you to the database in order to allow you to connect. If you run into general multiplayer problems you should post in the Multiplayer help section or the Steam forums. Below are some helpful links that should help cover subjects like FAQ, server set-ups etc.

Helpful Links

These should help you with all the required information. We'll update this page as new information becomes available.

Splitscreen

It is currently in a rather buggy state, and is still being worked on to be fixed. This will be re-included into a future build.

Sours: https://pzwiki.net/wiki/Multiplayer

Zomboid multiplayer project

Project Zomboid has been one of the most successful hardcore top-down RPGs coming out of Steams early access program. Through constant development and updating the game’s player base has grown exponentially and deservedly so.

The latest stable beta build for Project Zomboid, Build 41, has seen a ton of new features and content added to the game. Features like the ability to exercise, new survival mechanics and actions and a bunch of other random things. One of the things unfortunately missing from the latest branch is multiplayer. As the multiplayer is not yet at a great playable state the option for multiplayer has been temporarily removed from the iwbums branch of the game. Luckily there is a way that you can still play multiplayer with a friend online through steam.

To stay up to date with the latest multiplayer development news you can check out the official developer blog. They recently released a statement regarding the multiplayer aspect of the beta version (Build 41) which you can read here.


Playing Online Co-op in Build 41

By utilizing Steam’s remote play together feature you can have another player from your steam friends join a local multiplayer game on your steam library. Check out this guide to setting up remote play together.

To start up a multiplayer game, connect a controller to your computer via bluetooth or USB. Start up a game as usual. The game natively supports coop for 2-4 players on one screen. You can start any save as usual if you plan to play multiplayer with friends over steam. Due to the drop-in drop-out functionality of the game, at any time more player can join in.

play build 41 of project zomboid multiplayer over steams remote play together

For starters, you will just need to launch the game and press shift+tab to open up the steam overlay. Once you have made it to the steam overlay, simply right click a friend and invite them to play together remotely. The other players can either play using the keyboard and mouse or a USB controller connected to their computers. Be aware due to input and video lag a decent internet connection is suggested for both players as streaming video games a lot of bandwidth.


How Many Players?

Project Zomboid supports up to 4 players locally. When you invite others to play you are essentially just streaming you game to them and allowing them to also control things on the screen. The best part about playing Project Zomboid multiplayer over Steam is that the other players don’t even have to have the game to be able to play it in multiplayer.

If playing with only 2 players, the second player is able to use their mouse and keyboard if the first (host) player has a controller plugged in. That being said, if the second player also has a controller they can choose to use it through the Remote play feature as well! Simply connect the controller and select the option through the remote play together interface.


Native Multiplayer in Project Zomboid Build 41

Until build 41 has a stable release of multiplayer this is the only way that you can play the Build 41 of Project Zomboid together with friends. The developers have been sharing their successes and failures of their usual tests for the multiplayer branch of the game. You can check out the official Project Zomboid blog here to see how the developers are going with the multiplayer aspect of the game. On the latest multiplayer test some of the participants are describing that the general state of multiplayer is definitely improving but there is still some work to go in order to squash out the bugs and deliver a solid experience.


Related:

Sours: https://www.setreadygame.com/games/guides/play-project-zomboid-build-41-with-multiplayer/
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