- Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
- Offline: 38 
- Online: 5
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 50 Hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No, but cheats disable achievements
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: None
7 Days to Die is an open world, first person, zombie survival game that was originally released on the PC, but was brought over to the console for new players to enjoy. The game takes place in the fictional county of Navezgane, Arizona some time after a war. You play as a survivor trying to live in a wasteland full of zombies, while having to contend with the elements and managing your personal well-being. The main selling point of the game is building bases and setting traps to survive against hordes of zombies. As far as achievements go, I would say that the developers were pretty lazy in coming up with them, since a lot of the achievements are just increasing amounts of the same thing. Still, the game is pretty enjoyable, especially if you’re playing with other people.
When you first load up the game, whether it be a single player world or a multiplayer world, the first thing you will want to do is follow the quest guide on the right hand side of the screen. By doing so, you will unlock three achievements that are related to crafting and placing different items. After that you can pretty much work on any achievement that you want, since there are no missable achievements in this game. If you are playing on a single player world, you might want to find some form of shelter that you can use to as a base while you attempt to survive for twenty-one hours.
There are only a handful of achievements that require you to play on a multiplayer server, and they’re all very straightforward. The first thing you want to do, if you aren’t worried about making a fortress to defend from other players, is just place that land claim block in your hot bar on the ground to unlock that achievement. Afterwards, if you’re playing on a PvP server or if you’re boosting with other players, just go kill some people for those ridiculous achievements.
As of yet, this game doesn’t have any glitched or missable achievements, but something to note, is that if you, at any point, set your world to “creative” or activate cheat mode, then it will disable all further achievements that you might have been able to unlock in that world. Just something to keep in mind before you turn that setting on. Other than that, just go out and have fun crafting, building, and killing zombies.
[XBA would like to thank RaptureFallen for this Roadmap]