Last Oasis has arrived on Xbox. The survival MMO is entering into Season 3, and the game is now available outside of just Steam/PC, as Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players can now enjoy the scavenging mobile base-building adventure game.
Donkey Crew's Last Oasis is a unique survival game in that players create gigantic walkers to escape the scorching sun of a post-apocalyptic desert. The PC version of the game has been enjoyed thus far, but Season 2 of Last Oasis came with an Xbox announcement as well, and now the day has come for owners of that platform to appreciate the experience.
A brand new trailer has dropped for Last Oasis announcing the Xbox release of the game. The two-minute trailer showcases the game's visuals, the walkers, monstrous creatures, combat, gameplay, and more. The aesthetics and music alone of the trailer are likely enough to catch some eyes, and the Season 3 content will be enticing for Steam/PC users of old and new and interested Xbox players. The game also comes with crossplay functionality between PC and Xbox.
Last Oasis is releasing as a part of Xbox's Game Preview program, much like Obsidian Entertainment's Grounded or Crytek's Hunt: Showdown before it fully launched. The Game Preview program--much like Steam Early Access--allows the developer to release a game in an incomplete state. This allows fans to enjoy a game earlier than anticipated while also beta testing it, communicate with developers on bugs, quality of life improvements, and more, and allows the developers to cultivate a community. Last Oasis certainly has the opportunity to build up a fanbase on Xbox through the Game Preview program.
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