Developed and produced by the independent studio Donkey Crew, Last Oasis is a survival massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Last Oasis emphasizes fast action and surviving life in the world that has experienced a global catastrophe, with the sun scorching the planet. Originally scheduled for an October 2019 release, it was finally released in March 2020. Last Oasis is available for the Microsoft Windows systems.
How Many People Play Last Oasis?
We estimate that 5,355 people play Last Oasis per day, with a total player base of 563,644.
- Subscribers: 563,644
- Daily Players: 5,355
- Genres: Action, RPG, Massively Multiplayer, Indie
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2019-10-11
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Last Oasis Description
Last Oasis offers a unique take on the MMORPG genre. There is a high emphasis on being able to survive with the limited resources in the world. Vertical transport and traversing is also heavily focused. Every Nomad (the player characters) has grappling hooks and must master its use in order to play the game well.
Players are cast in the role of Nomads in the world of Last Oasis. Having been granted freedom by the Flotilla, a Nomad must survive the arid lands burned by the Scorching Sun, while also fighting off creatures like the Rupus. Nomads must also rely on Walkers, wooden constructs that function as the Nomad's transportation, harvesting, combat, and housing for the entirety of the game. Walkers can be enhanced with fragments which can be used to upgrade Walkers into higher Tiers.
There is a wide variety of tech trees for Nomads to discover and improve, such as Vitamins, Equipment, Construction, Crafting, and the Walkers themselves. Nomads can also pool their efforts, joining together in building their resources and trading, dictating the economy of the world of Last Oasis.