Publisher Double Eleven and developer Facepunch Studios Rust Console Edition Following closed beta testing, it will be available on both PlayStation and Xbox consoles this spring.
Rust has been around for a few years, and although it was first released in December 2013 with Early Access to PCs via Steam, the demand for games is still quite high. In January, the game was updated to break the record for peak users on Twitch and Steam. Popular with Shroud, XQc, Myth and others playing games on offline TV servers.
After being teased and hinted at for a while, the Rust Console Edition is finally here. This is due to the land of “Spring 2021”. This usually means until the latest end of April (although some developers are looking at May in that ambiguous window). The game is currently in closed beta testing. You can sign up here and read all you need to know about reception testing in the FAQ from the studio.
If you’re new to games, it’s a pretty hardcore survival experience. Players eager to survive need to overcome thirst and hunger, fight elements, make clothes, and stay safe against hostile forces such as other players, scientists, bears, and wolves. You can even succumb to fire, drowning, or even radiation addiction. Yeah, it’s fierce.
“Since Rust first released Steam Early Access in 2013, millions of players have lived in the world, participated in the ultimate social experiment, and have become one of the most played games on Steam. “We will,” said the developer’s press release.
“This title has evolved from its early days as a primal survival game to stand out among its competitors. Different gameplay styles, weapons, crafts, different gameplay styles, weapons, crafts, etc. Explore and build an amazingly detailed world full of battles. “
The development and publication of Rust for the PlayStation and Xbox consoles is being developed by the UK-based Double Eleven. This double eleven operates independently of Facepunch, the developer and publisher of the original PC version. As a result, both games will be updated and treated as separate projects.