Last Oasis survival MMO game developer is not ruling out Linux support beside Windows PC. Thanks to developers Donkey Crew. Which also happens to have a decent reviews on Steam. But this is an Early Access title.
Last Oasis the highly anticipated nomadic survival MMO available. Due to remain in Early Access for 12 – 24 months on Windows PC. But since we have been following the game for a while. It’s only fitting to inquire about Linux support with the EA release.
There are currently no plans in the works for a Linux version. But it has certainly not been ruled out.
So even though this comes off as a negative. Given the issues Linux players are facing with Proton. Since the game borks due to the anti-cheat problems. But it’s at least hopeful that Linux support is an option. Which is at least decent news for those posting on the Steam Discussions. Mainly due to the fact that Unreal Engine 4 is the development engine.
Last Oasis takes place thousands of years in the future. While players take on the role of unwilling nomads. Who must also navigate the passing oases of a dangerous and devolved planet Earth. Long ago, a cataclysmic event destroys the moon. Due to the event also stops the Earth’s rotation. Plunging the planet into two extreme environments. With one habitable strip of land between desert and ice. Now, nomads must traverse the unforgiving planet on walkers. These are made of wood, wind powered machines and mobile bases. So they can be adapted for travel, transportation, harvesting, and combat. Check out the trailer below.
Last Oasis – Early Access Launch Trailer
In Last Oasis the sun burns the land in the west, turning it to dust. In order to stay ahead of the obliterating sun, nomads must explore new territories that slowly emerge on the eastern horizon, where the Earth has long been frozen in impenetrable ice. The remnants of humanity also built a large waking city, Flotilla, now the Earth’s only civilisation. Nomads must gather resources, fight with warring clans and do whatever it takes to keep the city moving or it will be lost. Keep moving, the world is dying.
Last Oasis is available now at $29.99 for Windows PC. But since Linux support is still an option. Here’s hoping we see a build this year. Or at least sometime within the 12 – 24 Early Access of development.