In Rust players must survive on a procedurally generated map by collecting resources, hunting wildlife, and crafting tools. But you’re not alone, other players are also enduring the wilderness. Survive by building a shelter and arming yourself with weapons in an unforgivable environment.
Rust is an action survival game developed by Facepunch Studios. Stranded naked and alone, players must scavenge an island in search of food and resources. Every server features a procedurally generated map, with multiple environments to explore, from snow-capped mountains to densely wooded forests. Collect wood to forge a spear and hunt boars for meat and cloth. Create an extensive number of items, from hunting bows to padded locks, to arm yourself and secure your goods. Protect yourself from the elements by constructing a home, using a robust building utility that makes almost any design possible. Watch out for other players, who can be as friendly as they are deceiving. Only a few shots from a Eoka Pistol or a few pokes from a spear are needed to render your naked body useless. Arm yourself with weapons and gear to raid player fortresses, in pursuit of loot or an epic firefight.
Rust – Facepunch Studios’ multiplayer survival sandbox – has changed significantly in the year it’s been on Steam Early Access. After several months of incredible sales and gradually increasing content, Facepunch did the unthinkable: they scrapped everything. Deciding the code base for Rust was unworkable, the studio rebuilt the entire game from scratch in a new engine. New Rust looks and feels both different and familiar: like returning to your dreary university city after it’s had a multi-million government investment.