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 and developer Face punch Studios have delayed the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Rust from its previously planned 2020 release window to 2021.
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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. Rust is currently in a bit of a purple patch, having just recently had its most popular day in its history with a record amount of players, as well as featuring consistently in Steam’s top 10 most played.
At its essence, Rust is a game about crafting yourself a sturdy base to protect it from other players’ raids and also collecting all the loot to do your best Smug impression. There are survival elements, such as a need for food and water as well as dangerous wild animals to contend with, but Rust is all about taking on other players for their fortunes, whether alone or as part of a group.
Developed by the minds behind Garry’s Mod, Rust began life as an eerily similar game to Day when the survival genre boom was really kicking off. According to Garry Newman, Face punch head honcho, the studio are looking to avoid a lot of the mistakes that previous developers have made when porting their survival games to console.
“…there’s a lot of rushed, short-sighted low frame rate survival games on console, and we didn’t want to be in that group. This instantly brings the likes of Day to mind, which was an absolutely disastrous port that didn’t do the game itself justice, though its PC version is hardly a shining beacon of optimization, either.
At a guess, we’d expect the graphical quality to be pared back and for things like draw distance to take a hit, as well as for the map sizes and max player counts per server to be limited a little. This is because Rust is a CPU vampire and asks a lot of really powerful PCs as is, so with current generation consoles being a little under powered, they may need to cut some things down.
Some coverage you find on Cultured Vultures contains affiliate links, which provide us with small commissions based on purchases made from visiting our site. The rating mentions many of the gameplay elements Rust has become known for, including its brutal combat and variety of weapons.
Face punch's survival game launched out of Early Access nearly three years ago on PC, but failed to impress at the time according to GameS pot's 3/10 Rust review. A big patch for Rust also recently launched, and the game now had Twitch drops for those watching it.
It's unclear when the game will hit Xbox One, but it may be soon given the closed beta is listed. Rust is a popular survival game that's become quite the sensation on PC.
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Sharp and smooth Keep your Xbox One games looking smoother than ever with these Re-sync monitors. Rust is a multiplayer-only survival game that requires you to look for or steal resources to live as long as possible in the wilderness.
You must manage your resources while maintaining your hunger, thirst, and health, while also dealing with any other humans you encounter, which will probably end in a fight. Console players who have an interest in Rust will be happy to know that the game is set to come to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2020.
Following the announcement, Face punch chief Garry Newman was interviewed on the PlayStation Blog about the development of the upcoming port. After four years, Rust finally left Steam’s early access program last week, rewarding those players who helped during the development process with Frog Boots and offering a more polished experience than we’ve previously seen.
Though Rust is far from being 100% completed, some fans may be wondering if there’s any word on an Xbox One release date now that the PC version is officially out of its early access phase. 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. It is a brutal survival multiplayer game that has a huge fan base.
This was announced by Face punch and Double Eleven that Rust will be released on Xbox One and PS4 in 2020. There is a hunger and a Christ bar in the game which makes the survival great.
The greatest enemies that stand if you way are other human players mostly who will kill you on sight. The strong point of this game is that it has a lot of PVP battles in it and also you can raid someone's base whenever and however you like.
Our main enemy is not just hunger and small temperatures, but also one other players and NPCs whoever goal is the moment we return towards other world. With the acquisition in the said stone we require wood that will be used to create a house and kindling inside fire, which will be the source of heat and light.
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