7 Days to Die is a game that takes place in the midst of an apocalyptic world where you must scavenge to survive. It’s not easy, but it can be made easier with some upgrades. In this article, we’ll show you how to upgrade your wood frame, so that your shelter can last longer and keep more zombies out!
First, you need to know what kind of wood frame you’re working with. If your wooden frame is a standard one that’s just two pieces of wood nailed together and there are no horizontal cross-beams at the top or bottom, then this guide will work for you.
But if it looks more like our example in Figure A below with a long piece of wood on both ends connecting to the vertical posts by way of nail or bolt fasteners–you’ll have to make some modifications.
Figure A: Example Wood Frame Construction Pattern __ This article starts off talking about upgrading timber frames within games such as “Seven Days To Die”. The authors run through how they can be upgraded.