Rust Is Finally Going to Consoles
The multiplayer survival game Rust has finally been announced to premiere on PS4 and Xbox this May.
After selling 5 million copies and seeing a gazillion of wild boars slain by payers, Rust is finally going to debut on consoles. According to the game’s publisher Double Eleven, we even have an exact date: the release is set for May 21.
Previously, the game was promised to be ported some time in 2020. However, it never happened due to Covid-19 nearly turning the real world into one of the Rust locations.
It seems, now Double Eleven has no more excuses. And we’ll compare PC and console versions in less than two months.
Rust is a survival game in which you need to stay alive at all costs. It includes controlling your hunger and thirst, keeping your health in check, fending off mutated wolves, and feeding shotgun rounds to starving zombies.
In Rust, your in-game persona is directly tied to your Steam account. That means your gender or skin color will be predetermined by the details you provide on your profile.
As it’s an online title, co-op means a lot in the game’s universe. You can join one of the clans or assemble a group of ruffians and launch your own. And raids aren’t forbidden at all.
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