Last Oasis debuted on Steam as an early access title on March 26th. The post-apocalyptic survival sandbox MMO has since been berated by Steam reviewers for having poor server capacity. Many players reported being unable to play due to long wait times and client crashes.
Nomadic survival MMO, Last Oasis was initially due to launch in Early Access this summer, but was pushed back until October to refine the game. Now, indie developer and publisher Donkey Crew has announced that the game is postponed once again and will launch on Steam in the first quarter of 2020. Feedback from testers have led the team to the conclusion the the current quality level of Last Oasis is not what they want to offer to players. They will announce a specific date for the early access when they are “200% confident with it”.
During this year’s E3 Premier (Electronic Entertainment Expo), indie-developer Donkey Crew released a new gameplay trailer for the upcoming survival sandbox “nomadic” MMO Last Oasis. The video shows how players travel around the world and fight in close-range, long-range and mounted combat. Last Oasis’ release date on Steam is planned for September 3, 2019.
Survival MMO Last Oasis Will Have You Fighting On Walking Wooden Mechs – Closed Beta Sign Ups Now & Early Access In Spring 2019
Last Oasis, a fresh new nomadic survival MMO that is developed and set to be self-published by indie developer Donkey Crew is headed for an early access launch in Spring 2019. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic time when the Earth has stopped rotating and the last human survivors fight against each other while outrunning the scorching sun.
Players will find themselves in a vast open sandbox world where they can build and traverse the land on wooden wind-powered, walking machines used for travel, transportation, harvesting, and combat.
|Last Oasis Betas||Closed Beta||January 24, 2019|
|Last Oasis Pre-release||Steam Early Access||March 26, 2020|
|Last Oasis Full Release||TBD||TBD|