Oxide is a complete rewrite of the popular, original Oxide API and Lua plugin framework. Previously only available for the legacy Rust game, Oxide now supports numerous games. Oxide’s focus is on modularity and extensibility. The core is highly abstracted and loosely coupled, and could be used to mod any game that uses the .NET Framework.
Database support for plugins is also available in the MySQL and SQLite varieties, so if JSON files aren’t enough, you have options! If you’d prefer another database type, those can always be accessed via web requests and your own custom bridge script on your site.
7 Days to Die
Oxide support for 7 Days to Die is currently limited, and in an alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Oxide support for Blockstorm is currently limited, and in a very alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Hide & Hold Out
Oxide support for Hide & Hold Out is actively developed, but in a very alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Oxide support for Hurtworld is actively developed, but in an alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Reign of Kings
Oxide support for Reign of Kings is currently limited, and in a very alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Oxide support for Rust (formerly Rust Experimental) is actively developed. This is the version of Rust supported by the Facepunch developers.
Oxide support for Rust Legacy is mostly complete, but it may receive fixes as needed. The game itself has been discontinued by the developers though. You can access this version of Rust by using the
-beta legacy command-line parameter with SteamCMD.
Oxide support for The Forest is currently limited, and in a very alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
Oxide support for Unturned is currently limited, and in a very alpha state. More hooks will be added soon.
- Still need help? Search our community forums or create a new thread if needed.
Got an idea or suggestion? Use our community forums to share and discuss it.
Troubleshoot issues you run into on the community forums so everyone can help and reference it later.
File detailed issues on GitHub (version number, what you did, and actual vs expected outcomes).
Want Oxide and plugins for your favorite game? Hook us up and we’ll see what we can do!
While we recommend using one of the official release builds, you can compile your own builds if you’d like. Keep in mind that only official builds are supported by the Oxide team and community. Good luck!
Clone the repo
https://github.com/OxideMod/Oxide.git(recommended) or download and extract the latest zip archive.
Download and install Visual Studio 2015 (community is free, but any edition will work) if you do not have it installed already.
Oxide.slnsolution file in Visual Studio 2015.
Build the solution. If you get errors, you’re likely not using the latest Visual Studio 2015 which is required as Oxide uses some C# 6.0 features.
Copy the files from the
Bundlesdirectory for your game of choice to your server installation, then just start the server!