It can be argued that the survival genre often provides opportunities for studios to experiment with the games they're making.
Raft is a great example of one such title where the developers were allowed to use their creative ideas; rather than a vast empty wilderness for the player to explore and conquer, Raft sets them adrift in a vast and endless ocean.Initially stuck in early access for four years, the game has seen its fair share of beta stages and content changes.
However, it is finally out of that phase. And with this development comes a large update, Version 1.0 The Final Chapter, featuring bug fixes and additional content.
With many different ways to play Raft on PC, some gamers on other platforms may be wondering if they will be able to play this survival title.Read more on sportskeeda.com