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I'm pretty sure there used to be wiki for itch.io version but can't find it anymore. It has probably been replaced by wiki for Steam version https://raft.gamepedia.com/Raft_Wiki

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Raft community · Posted in afsg\sg

Go to store page, scroll down until you see four download links between install instructions and community.  Download the one suitable for your system. Do note that any ad or script blocker may block the links from working so temporarily disable them in case the links don't work.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”

We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

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The prototype here is free, the Steam version costs money.

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Sounds like your computer is overheating and shuts down to prevent components from being damaged. You should try limiting fps and trying to lower settings.

I also suggest you post in Bug Reports sub forum on Steam instead of here. I doubt devs check this place much anymore if at all.

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Yes. There's over year worth of development since itch.io prototype was abandoned. For one, you sail around with your raft in Steam version while in itch.io prototype your raft is static. There are various weather conditions, small islands to explore and there's stuff under water around islands. There's also plenty of new tools, equipment and things to build. Steam version also has CO-OP multiplayer support.

You can not. Best you can do is send the save to one of your friends and they host the game while you're not present.

Raft save game location: C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\LocalLow\Redbeet Interactive\Raft\User\User_[SeamUserID]\World

There are problems with shaders and other problems making builds for Mac/Linux. Devs don't currently have the manpower (it's 3 person team) to test, debug, fix, compile and maintain any other builds besides Windows.

“Will Raft release on Mac and/or Linux?”
We are first and foremost focusing on Windows. We would like to support more platforms in the future but due to certain parts of the game making porting more difficult we cannot at this time give any promises.

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Once you've researched everything and found the end game goal, only thing left is build bigger and better raft. Currently anyway. If you're not into base building, you probably go through available content pretty fast. For people who like to build, content lasts as long as they don't tire of it (remember all those gigantic building projects on Minecraft like 1on1 model of enterprise or working computer in game or hundreds of other massive things people build with it).

Just to clarify. You did not buy it, you made voluntary donation to support the developers. Itch.io raft has always been free with option to donate. And no, those who donated wont get a key for Steam version.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

Please make suggestions related to Steam version in Ideas subforum on Steam: https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/2/

itch.io version will no longer be updated (it hasn't for over a year)  and Steam version wont be free.

Unfortunately not. Devs encountered numerous issues with shaders and other errors trying to make Linux builds. They can't support Linux right now due them lacking the manpower to maintain builds for other platforms beyond Windows. They hope to do so eventually though.

https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/0/1692669912405864758/#c169266...

You have to buy 2 copies

Raft community · Posted in Donate

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

It's free prototype and haven't been updated for over a year.

As far as I know, you can't currently.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

Owners of Scrap Mechanic apparently get 20% discount voucher on Steam

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Please post Steam version bugs in Bug reports subforum on Steam: https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/1/

Sorry to burst your bubble but it'll cost 19.99$.

http://blog.raft-game.com/2018/04/06/blog-32-a-date-has-been-set/

"We can also announce that Raft will be sold for 19,99 USD. "

Those tags are USER DEFINED and developer has nothing to do with them.

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More than likely, yes. Though itch.io version will never be updated again.

Yes, you have to buy the Steam version.

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”
We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/0/3223871682627386165/

You do know the developers are releasing Raft on Steam Early Access on May 23th? Itch.io version won't be updated anymore. You'd known this if you read itch.io game page past year or more:

Raft will be released on Steam Early Access on May 23, 2018, with multiplayer, reefs and much more new content and features! To be notified when it launches, please visit our Steam page and press 'Add to your wishlist'! We are not releasing any new updates on Itch.io as we are working towards a Steam Early Access release. To read more about this announcement, visit our Blog!

No, version are different like night and day as are the save game formats.

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Multiplayer with Zuelin Gaming and XBcrafted:

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Multiplayer with IGB and IcyCaress:

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Steam version has co-op multiplayer from the start but no, it won't be free. It'll cost 19.99$.

Multiplayer footage: 



The Steam version will be out in under 4 days (May 23rd). Lot of Youtubers are already playing it and making let's play videos.

https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/0/1694920442961648159/#c169492...

https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/0/3223871682627386165/

“Will players who have played or donated on Itch.io receive a free copy of Raft on Steam?”

We very much appreciate all the support and feedback we have gotten from our community, however, playing or donating to the itch prototype will not grant access to the Steam version of Raft.

Currently devs can't make any promises about Mac/Linux port of upcoming Steam version:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/0/3223871682627386165/

“Will Raft release on Mac and/or Linux?”
We are first and foremost focusing on Windows. We would like to support more platforms in the future but due to certain parts of the game making porting more difficult we cannot at this time give any promises.

If you meant the itch.io version, there is not going to be any more updates to it as they state on the store page:

"We are not releasing any new updates on Itch.io as we are working towards a Steam Early Access release. " 

Yes, on May 23rd by paying 19,99$ for it like everyone else.

Because they're developing Steam version of Raft that  they're going to charge 19.99$ for on early access release coming in 23th of May. The fact that they've stopped the development of itch.io version has been written on the game page for over a year now you know:

"Raft will be released on Steam Early Access on May 23, 2018, with multiplayer, reefs and much more new content and features! To be notified when it launches, please visit our Steam page and press 'Add to your wishlist'! We are not releasing any new updates on Itch.io as we are working towards a Steam Early Access release. To read more about this announcement, visit our Blog!"

You do realise itch.io Raft and upcoming Steam version are same game (Steam version just more recent. vastly expanded version) done by same developers. Also there is not going to be any further updates to itch.io version.