Raft - The Final Chapter Update Releases June 20th

Four years after its initial release, players are receiving Raft - The Final Chapter on June 20th.

Published: June 15, 2022 11:37 AM /


Raft - The Final Chapter

The final patch for Raft is about to be released on June 20, 2022. It's called Raft - The Final Chapter, and it will include new destinations, playable characters, enemies, and more. The game has been in Early Access for over for 4 years now, and this update is the largest yet for the game.

What else can I look forward to in Raft - The Final Chapter Update?

The game will be receiving a "major refresh of the story" with the release of Raft - The Final Chapter. Basically, almost all of the notes have been rewritten to make them easier to read and follow, and unnecessary characters and names have also been removed to reduce confusion. Superfluous text that doesn't add to the story has been removed, with text that "enriches it" being added.

Trading outposts will allow players to process items such as planks, scrap metal, plastic, and more into scrap cubes that can be used as currency at trading outposts. These trading outposts can be found around the world and will offer items such as special cooking and juicer ingredients, hats, and other equipment. 

The update will also include things that Raft players would expect from a large update: "new story islands, new small islands, new raft machines and building parts". So, if you've been hankering for something new to do in Raft with your friends, don't worry because it looks like there's a ton to do.

Want to see Raft - The Final Chapter in action? Check out the trailer below!

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