There are various reasons to delete player data from your server. If a player is having difficulty joining your server, there is a possibility their player data may be corrupted which, to resolve, means the player data will need to be deleted. If you want to reset a character, you will need to delete the associated player data.
How to Delete a Player From Your 7 Days to Die Server
Before you can delete a player from your 7 Days to Die server, you must know their SteamID64 - the code your server uses to identify players. If you do not have this, or do not know how to locate it, we have a guide that can help. Once you have the player's SteamID64, you can identify and delete their data from your server:
- Log in to your server's control panel and stop your server. This prevents the server from creating new files or modifying existing ones.
- Navigate to Files > FTP File Access and log in using your control panel password.
- Open the Saves folder and click on the folder with your world’s name. Once this is done, open the Player folder.
NOTE: If you are using a pre-generated map, your world will be in the folder with the corresponding map name. By default, your world’s file location is
- Select and delete all files beginning with the player’s SteamID64.
- Restart your server.
Once this data is deleted, the player will have a fresh start upon logging in to your 7 Days to Die server!If you require any further assistance, please contact our support at: https://shockbyte.com/billing/submitticket.php