Due to its rise in popularity, a lot of people are eager to see the game arrive at consoles like Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Employees from both the developer and publisher Double Eleven have been working from home, and adjusting to the obstacles that come from doing so, which is why Rust didn't hit its original 2020 release date.
Even with the obstacles faced by Double Eleven and Face punch Studios, though, it appears that Rust will be releasing on Xbox consoles fairly soon. The PC version of Rust continues to get regular updates, which indicates the studio is still developing content at a steady rate.
Most likely, a late 2021 release date is imminent for Rust on Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Thankfully, the survival game is already available on PC, and Xbox users have some great alternatives to play while they wait.
Hopefully, fans of the game won't have to wait too much longer before Rust releases on Xbox One and Xbox Series X. Publisher Double Eleven has today announced that its survival multiplayer game Rust won’t be coming to PS4 and Xbox One this year as was initially planned.
We love making great games and bringing them to new audiences, but that sometimes means taking a bit longer to get it right than we originally planned and comes at the unfortunate cost of the disappointment and trust of those who were so keen to play it upon launch. The world of games dev is a fickle beast; you never have the full picture up front and the development process often becomes more of a journey of discovery when bringing a PC title to console.
Starting out completely naked and with only a rock, a torch, and your wits to rely on, you’ll have to craft and build your way to success as you interact with other players all competing for resources. Aside from Among Us and Homophobia which both took over the internet in 2020, Rust is another popular game which is experiencing a huge resurgence thanks to its new Offline TV server.
Lots of streamers have been playing the game, and this has resulted in some people asking if Rust is coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Series X. Whether you’ve been familiar with the game for a while or have only just been introduced to it, below you’ll discover when it is coming out for console following its delay.
While you can’t play Rust on PS4 or Xbox One as of this moment, you can sign up for pre-order and beta notifications over on the game’s console website. Rust, the hugely popular sandbox survival game, has had its console release date pushed back into 2021 it’s publisher has announced.
It’s been a while since we shared anything in the public domain and as the end of 2020 is nigh, we want to confirm that Rust is still coming to console, just a little later than planned. We love making great games and bringing them to new audiences, but that sometimes means taking a bit longer to get it right than we originally planned and comes at the unfortunate cost of the disappointment and trust of those who were so keen to play it upon launch.
The world of games dev is a fickle beast; you never have the full picture up front and the development process often becomes more of a journey of discovery when bringing a PC title to console. As much as engaging with players is extremely important, we believe it also has to be meaningful and as we’ve been working away behind the scenes, we haven’t felt ready to share anything with you yet.
The popular survival simulator, which has been actively developing on the PC for 7 years, was supposed to be released on consoles in 2020. Recall that the Rust game reached its full release on PC only in February 2018, before that the project had been in early access for many years.
Microsoft is retooling the Xbox Home page yet again, and this time, in addition to “streamlining” the interface, they’re also dropping Cortana as the default voice assistant. This latest update will make it more “streamlined” by removing the Twists bar from the top of the screen in favor of simple buttons.
According to Bradley Rossetti, the Xbox Insider Team Lead, this update is designed to cut the fat from the Xbox ’s UI that might be keeping anyone from getting to their games as fast as possible: “We’ve heard your feedback and have continued to iterate on Home to get you into your gaming experiences faster and keeping more of your content front and center.” They’ve also “shifted things around” in order to put more recent titles up front. It’s a little amusing to think Microsoft might finally be nailing down the perfect Xbox One user interface a mere year before the next-generation console is due.
The new update will roll out to all Xbox One users this coming fall, and is available to members of the Alpha Skip Ahead group this week. Fora Horizon 4 is set in the locality of present-day England, where we will once again be exaggerated in the machines of all possible brands, whether on asphalt or on the terrain....
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The story of the game takes place in the distant past, where technology developed by humans has surpassed all of our today's ideas. While the battle royale genre is often associated with shooters like Fortnite, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty: War zone, the emerging sensation of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout from Me diatonic and Revolver Digital bucks that trend.
When it comes to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch ports of Fall Guys, the developers have made their plans very clear: A page on the game's support site directly referencing console ports states “to start with, Fall Guys will only be available on PS4 and Steam.” It goes on to mention that the team would “love to bring the game to other platforms further down the line,” but it does not give any release window.
Since Fall Guys was announced at E3 2019, PC and PS4 have been the only two platforms referencing in official press releases and trailers for the game. It appears that Me diatonic and Revolver Digital were focusing on getting out of the door on those two platforms first, and their efforts have clearly paid off.
This, along with a Chinese mobile version announcement, makes it safe to assume that developers will expand Fall Guys to more platforms. On August 22, analyst Daniel Ahmad revealed on Twitter that Chinese company Bidibidi had gotten the right to release a mobile version of Fall Guys in China.
“We can confirm Bidibidi have secured publishing rights to a mobile version in China,” Co-Founder Paul Croft stated. Croft's statements affirm what the website says about ports of Fall Guys coming to other platforms, but they also don't bode well for anyone hoping to try the game on iOS and Android outside of China.
Considering how much of a success Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has been on its current platforms, yet another form of expansion would be to introduce cross-play to the game, something that's been possible for other battle royale games like Fortnite, Call of Duty: War zone, and even Apex Legends, which will be getting cross play at some point in the future. We’re working to replenish Xbox Series X|S consoles as quickly as possible.
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I was finally able to purchase an Xbox One Elite Controller, and while I’ll be writing about that little purchase separately, here’s a related tip that impacts all Xbox One users, regardless of which controller you’re using. First, this capability arrived with the New Xbox One Experience in late 2015, so you must have updated to this latest OS version.
(Which of course virtually all Xbox One owners have done, since it’s basically automatic.) You can find this by navigating to My Stuff (at the very bottom of the Home view in the Xbox One Dashboard, My Games & Apps, Apps.
Note: You may need to update the firmware in the controller before you can configure it with Xbox Accessories. When you select a basic Xbox One Wireless Controller, you will see only one option: Configure, which is where you’ll customize how this controller works.
But you’ll spend most of your time in Configure, where you can customize how this controller works to any amazing degree. Using the unique Config switch on the front of the Elite Controller (its just below the Menu and Options buttons in the center), you can select two primary configuration slots.
You can even control how bright the light is for A, B, X and Y buttons, and other options. But in the meantime, be sure to read Brad’s more timely Review: Microsoft’s Elite Xbox Controller.