We knew Rust was making its way to PlayStation four and Xbox One, and now we all know that it’s hitting Might 21. The information dropped throughout right this moment’s ID@Xbox indie showcase on Twitch. Double Eleven, who’s dealing with the console ports, introduced three variations of the sport that gamers can pre-order now.
Rust Normal Version/Rust Day One Bodily Version runs for $49.99 and contains the sport and pre-order bonus Future Weapons and Instruments pack.
Rust Deluxe Version comes with a Welcome Pack that offers gamers three days of early entry, closed beta entry, and staging department entry, in addition to the Normal Version’s bonuses. You may choose that up for $59.99.
Lastly, there’s Rust Final Version. For $79.99 you’ll get the entire bells and whistles from the opposite editions, however the Welcome Pack has been upgraded with 1100 Rust Cash and an Elite Fight Pores and skin Pack.
A closed beta has been operating on consoles over the previous week. The favored survival recreation duties gamers with staying alive in an inhospitable, open world. Survival relies on constructing constructions, gathering meals and different assets. The guts of the expertise, although, is interacting with as much as 100 human gamers who occupy the world. Whether or not you determine to work collectively to outlive or get into firefights over assets (or simply since you’re a jerk), the emergent storytelling is likely one of the greatest components of the expertise.
If you happen to haven’t performed the console beta and surprise how Rust performs on console, developer Double Eleven launched two uncut gameplay videos of the sport operating on PS4 Professional and Xbox One X. Will you be giving Rust a shot on consoles? Tell us down within the feedback!