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. 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.
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.