If you’re a fan of the video game 7 Days to Die, then you’re probably pretty familiar with the Random Gen map.
But what is the Random Gen map specifically, and how does it work? Let’s take a closer look.
What is the Random Gen Map?
“Random World Generation” is the name given to the process of creating a game in 7 Days to Die by using the random gen map.
The random gen map is a world that is generated at random using your game name as the seed. Custom Seed World Generation can also be performed by using the “Advanced Generation” option.
When a player chooses to play with Random World Generation, the name they give the game determines how the terrain is formed and where the Points of Interest are put.
For example, a game called “Survive PvP” will be very different from a game called “Survival PvP,” which will be different from a game called “7 Days to Die.”
Random World Generation includes Points of Interest that are put at random based on a set of rules. Some of these sites are unique to Random World Generation.
Most points of interest are accompanied by a Prefab. Random World Generation also includes a variety of Biomes  and locations.