Contains violence and caveman themed nudity.
The only aim in Rust is to survive.
To do this you will need to overcome struggles such as hunger, thirst and cold. Build a fire. Build a shelter. Kill animals for meat. Protect yourself from other players, and kill them for meat. Create alliances with other players and form a town.
Whatever it takes to survive.
Rust is the only real survival game I have found and it is perfect.No unrealistic things,your character doesn't disappear into safety,instead your body falls asleep and others can kill you and take your stuff while youre offline.Getting guns is hard and fights are mostly fought with bows and hatchets.After playing for half a year I have completely become addicted to farming and killing in rust.Not even getting wood for a fire is safe,contributing to the player always having to be wary about his surroundings and not make too much sound.
As the title sugests rust is a survival game were you are thrown at the elements . In the harsh world of Rust were you must choose between a populated server were most will hunt you down just so they can throw your rock to the ground, or an empty(or almost) server were at the beggining animals will be just as dangerous as a human player. After choosing your favourite hell you must then sit back and start to wonder how you will gather food, build a house, craft better weapons since the game doesn't teach you any of those and just puts you in the world you choose with a rock and a torch. In time you'll end up picking up the how to work with Rust's system for all aforementioned systems, and the game will start to seem more enjoyable, really fun at times too as long as you remember not to get too attatched to your belongings, because even experienced players will die, because in this game anything that can kill you will in time kill you. TLDR:Rust is a survival game were you are thrown into a violent world clueless of what too do, later on and with more experience the game start to become fun, you will also die alot.
It may not seem fun, but as a early-access game it's pretty damn good. Other friends were playing it a lot and I wanted to join them, so I brought it. It fixed my love for videogames - I thought I will never love them again, but this game changed that. I felt like in old rock times when people were naked and had only just a rock. But the fact its connected to shooter is awesome too! You now play the game, travel, gather resources and your intelligence grows(you level up) then you can unlock better tools, later on even guns. You can build your own base and find some friends to make a clan and raid other bases together. Its best if you have real friends who play it, because trusting strangers is not a good idea. Anyway the game is perfect and the graphics are even better. I recommend people buy it if they want to feel love for videogames again like me, or just want an adventure.
I've played the game since it was the legacy (couple years ago) and I'm just in love with this game since then. It is not the normal survival game, and since it's only multiplayer it's meant to be played with friends.One of the awesome part of this game is that even if you have played 400 hours it won't get easier, of course you look better with the experience and the skins you get but you will die from time to time anyway because it will still be difficult, it doesn't only need luck, it needs skill, time and patience but I can assure that if you have friends who can play with you go on, you'll have a good time!
After playing rust for a year, i have never found a game that really gives you the true feeling of survival. The difficulty to survive is varied on which servers/ time of day, but to those who thrive off the thrill and excitement of always being hunted/ hunting, it is a great game for that. The only downside to rust is that the community is going downhill. Players kill on sight very often and usually from personal experience just to kill you, not even for any gain/ loot. I would like Rust to become a game where the players are much more involved in the game with player interactions and less focused on just killing for the fun of it, because in all honesty it loses it's personal touch and just becomes a difficult call of duty. But avoiding the negative side because there's so many positives, find a good server with good people and enjoy what i describe as the Minecraft i always wanted. It's dark, it's cold, it's unforgiving and it's worth every penny.
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