Last Oasis Season 2 Launched With Multiple Fixes And New Changes To Its Core
Last Oasis Season 2 Launched With Multiple Fixes And New Changes To Its Core.
MMOBEEP found out from a new post for the game on Steam that Last Oasis’s team is looking back on Season 1 of the Nomadic Survival MMO, as they also announced their release of Season 2.
The post talks about the important stuff that the Donkey Crew team has learned in Season 1 and points out some adjustments and improvements that they plan to launch to help the players’ lives. Some of the most problematic issues that the community complained about are now fixed. Notably, solo players or small groups and were missing the tools to thrive.
Last Oasis relied way too much on its inherent mechanics to give players a safety net, without giving players the proper means to make themselves safe. And many of those didn’t work out. For Season 2, a lot of content was added to bridge that gap while also shifting towards base-driven gameplay, giving everyone a safe spot to rest.
Last Oasis Season 2 will be getting multiple fixes to the horrible aspects of the old Last Oasis. The new Last Oasis Season 2 changes will give players more materials and make the hulking Walkers meant for survival quicker to build. The team will also be making things easier on solo players at the end game, especially the tablets required for those high-end skill unlocks.
The Last Oasis team is gonna fix trading, commerce, and more stuff to help solo and small groups of players play comfortably, as well as putting a player cap on clans of 50 members only, explaining the move as a way to stop clans from needing to consolidate
Our goal with the clan cap is to stop the need to endlessly merge. Over time, more and more clans joined together because the exponential gains were just immense. We think that this change allows for a more diverse clan ecosystem and more fair fights. Of course, we are aware that large clans can still split into sister clans, but it comes with additional organizational overhead, and shared access to resources is very limited. Season 2 will help us gather more data and feedback to see where we take it from here. To all the clans screaming “bloody murder,” we love you and appreciate your feedback, but we will stick to it for Season 2 because we want to see the impact for ourselves before changing it again.
For more details, check out the post itself for the Lost Oasis