The Last Frontier













About the game:
Title: The Last Frontier
Status: Closed Graphics: 3D
Developer: Asobo Studio
Publisher: Asobo Studio

Explore the farthest reaches of space and establish your own commercial empire in The Last Frontier, a free-to-play sci-fi MMORPG. As a member of Exidium Corporation, you’ll visit distant worlds, rich with mineral resources that you can harvest to create state-of-the-art equipment. Research new advances, establish trade routes, and buy and sell on the open market!

You’ll have a few different types of ships to choose from, some specialized for exploration and some for combat. Players can also build their own bases, to automatically harvest (and store) resources, house their vehicles, and provide for defense. Upgrade your base and your vehicles and command an army of drones to accrue more wealth for the Exidium Corporation and become a titan of industry!

Explosive Features:

  • Explore Planets and Harvest Resources
  • Three-dimensional Combat
  • Base Building

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System Requirements

The Last Frontier Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows 7 or higher
Processor: Dual Core 2.2Ghz
Memory Ram: 2GB
Hard Disk Space: At least 1.2 GB of free Space
Video Card: Nvidia Geforce GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD 6770

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  1. new players are considered fodder for farming by the self proclaimed elite players who will assist you to get to lvl 10 and then destroy you repeatedly. so many alts it is ridiculous. after the first couple of times you are razzed to the ground it becomes impossible to advance because you have been farmed within an inch of your existence. whole game becomes pointless, repetitive and banal … give up and go home.

    • It’s a shame because I actually met some very cool and helpful people, who let me join their clan/guild/whatever it’s called. But once they explained the situation and state of the game, I soon lost interest.

      Haven’t been back since my original post and I highly-doubt it’s changed at all. Alt accounts aren’t against the rules.

  2. Initially great fun but after you realize that every player has at least 10 alt accounts to fund their main and it’s pretty much required, the shine is gone from this game. You’ll need to use VPN to run the alt accounts as well, so it’s not even simple to do.

    Great game play but completely unbalanced with how broken the alt situation is. Not good for new players.


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