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After all, Rust won’t launch in the console this year • Eurogamer.net

Arrived “a little later than planned”.

This year often feels like a survival game in itself, but if you want to play Rust on the console this Christmas, the bad news is that the console port will not be released this year.

The planned launch of Rust on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at some point in 2020 was first announced in November 2019. The developer responsible for the port admitted that he was quiet this year just because there were no meaningful updates to share with the community. now.

“It’s been a while since we shared something in the public domain, but as the end of 2020 is approaching, we’ll be a little behind schedule to make sure Rust is still on the console.” Said Double Eleven in a blog post. “We apologize for not being able to see Rust on the console as planned in 2020. All messages show that we are excited to play Rust and hope to be able to restore it at dawn in 2021. Your trust until we can share something with you. “

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According to a blog post, there was a problem with the development team adapting to working from home in 2020. “We always had remote workers, but moving the entire company home to keep everyone safe presented a challenge,” explained Double Eleven. “We have found a new way to work with each other in the new usual way that was prepared for us this year.”

The developers haven’t set a new release date yet, but they seem to hear more about porting in early 2021. To be honest, I hope this will be a new dawn for all of us.

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-12-07-rust-wont-launch-on-console-this-year-after-all

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