Survival MMO with a fresh premise of constant wandering on mobile wooden bases headed for preliminary access last Thursday. Players who had the chance to try it were all enthusiastic about the game itself, but much less but the mistakes of the wrong server connectivity. At first they sometimes disconnected from the game, but their character remained present and other players could turn it over laboriously acquired property, later it was virtually impossible to reach the server at all.
Five days and several hurry-up updates later, Donkey Crew said they had no solution to the problem. So it took a radical step: it shuts down the game servers completely for a week and tries to find out why there was no problem during the previous testing. At the same time, it offers a refund to all dissatisfied game owners, no matter how much time they have spent playing. Or a desperate effort to join at least for a moment.
This helpful step serves the honor of the authors. In addition, it should be taken into account that problems occurred during early access and not during a sharp start. After all, it is a preliminary approach, with some problems players should anticipate in advance. But it is a pity, because from the description last Oasis really sounds very tempting and during less than a week when it was sold on the Steam, several times reached the top of the market ranking.
Perhaps Donkey Crew will soon be able to solve the server problem, and you will be able to escape from the scorching sun, towards post-apocalyptic piracy.