This post will help you learn how to acquire, use, and most importantly set up elevators in RUST. RUST ’s elevators aren’t going to make or break the game, except for a stability bug to iron out, but they will become ubiquitous.
And while their primary function will be to carry you between floors and lift your spirits, they have the added benefit of letting us whip out all the fun elevator puns. You can only find the components in locked, elite, and military tier crates.
And while you can loot them from the oil rig and heavy-scientists, but no matter the source, the RUST elevator is locked to a lower than 2 percent drop rate. Placed on a square foundation or flooring, you’ve only made the base level of the elevator.
250 scrap per level isn’t too steep a cost compared to the gears involved in crafting Altogether it’s expensive compared to stairs, but there is the alternative of purchasing the elevator components you need for scrap rather than hunting for gears.
You cannot place floor frames or any other components other than walls and doorways, and electrical wiring. Even the elevator shaft’s lower frames that appear to be metal will lose health in a fire.
Thankfully it’s a tiny amount of power needed, which doesn’t change even when your elevator gets quite tall. Run the wiring to the elevator ’s input, which is at the top of the shaft, on the motor’s underside that hangs from the roof.
To get the elevator to come to you, you’ll need to set up a call switch. Note that this can also be an unpowered trigger, which doesn’t require power, unlike the electrical switch.
Like most RUST components, elevators are unlikely to affect the base-building meta tangibly. As they block the use of floor frames and thus ladder hatches, they only come into the game as a quality of life change and a fast way of traveling upwards.
Realistically, an elevator shaft in any other context is a liability in base design. Place another elevator above or below this to connect it.
×19130 sec-×4,775 M249 Incendiary 5.56 Rifle Ammo The update adds the deployable feature as an option for your player bases, as well as a rework for the survival game’s map, and a bunch of other goodies, too.
The RustElevator update’s eponymous new addition lets players travel easily between their base’s different floors and levels, Face punch announces in a press release, and it sounds easy enough to implement, too. Once you’ve powered your elevator, you can move it one floor up or down at a time using the controller’s respective buttons, or send it straight to the top or bottom of its shaft.
Over on the staging branch right now, you can play around with a brand-new elevator block, which should take your builds to new heights. You’ll be able to buy these at the compound for 250 scrap each, research them for 125 and craft them at a level 2 workbench for 5 HQ, 300 frags, and three gears a pop.
You can stack them on top of each other, and doing so creates a lift shaft up to a total of 6 high per elevator. They don’t require any blocks to be built around them for support, but you can encase them in walls and add doors for extra protection and security, and they can be picked up with a hammer and building PRI.
Talking of which, pushbuttons now give out a small burst of power when pushed without having to be hooked up to a source, and that makes them perfect for this job. Not only but also, you can foil the efforts of rustlers by actually transporting horses in elevators, so it’s perfectly possible to have a stable with a view.
Just note that other forms of transport will block the elevator from working, just in case you were getting ideas involving minicopters. Trails will hook up all the small monuments to the network, as well as larger ones, and make them all easier to find.
Along with this better monument spawning and road connections, in general, are being worked on, so hopefully, this will all translate into a more believable and gritty realistic world come October. Sticking to the subject of maps, you’ll recall that I mentioned a while back that there was a plan to shelve poor old Hopis island, which I know a lot of you were losing so much sleep over.
Peter at Face punch is in charge of this one and has already started fixer upping it, so expect many improvements as time goes on. There have been many fixes and tweaks over the last week, and to summarize the most important of these in no particular order. Bandit sentry turret range has been reduced.
Reactive targets require a hammer to pick up. Being able to deploy through reinforced glass was fixed. So unless I’m very much mistaken, this will mean no more random horses hanging around waiting to be ridden, and instead, their hooves will be behind a scrap wall in the same way that boats are.
There’s plenty of progress on Harp still and weather, although nothing new to show you on either yet, but most interestingly, a branch called ‘platform_types’ appeared recently, that seems to be involving spectators and CCTV, and that looks like it could be aimed at allowing us to see through cameras from outside the game. I do, of course, want to hear your highly intelligent thoughts on all of this in the comments, so please explain them to me thoroughly and sub to the channel and leave a like as well if you’d be so kind.
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