Unigine has just rolled out a new beta build for their real-time naval strategy game, Oil Rush, which combines the strategic challenge of a classical RTS with the sheer fun of Tower Defence. One of the major changes in the latest beta version of Oil Rush is the addition of Steam support. This basically means that the game will be available on Steam very soon, after the official publishing.
Those interested in getting access to the beta can pre-order the game for $19.95 USD.
Here is the full changelog of beta 0.81:
-Added Steam support (lobby, matchmaking, game sessions, achievements). The game will be available on Steam very soon, after the official publishing.
-Added 3 new atmospheric music tracks.
-Fixed “Follow the fleet” feature (activated by pressing “F” after issuing an order).
-Increased targeting module speed.
-Fixed a bug with mirage objects inside the fog of war.
-Improved fragments and shatters left when units/towers are destroyed.
-Fixed unit flickering on the minimap.
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