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.
I love this game, I built a house around a guys house and made him my prisoner, I fed him cans of tuna and cooked chicken when it was available, and some times I would drop in spare logs of wood(when they were available). The best part. he talks to me, keeps telling me his clans going to raid my structure and save him.. I simply respond with .? It puts the lotion on its skin, or it gets the hose again? and by hose I mean I dump charcoal on him. -Great game hope the servers come up soon, I think my pet may need to eat.
Rust brings a number of realistic aspects to a multiplayer survival game that others don't normally bring, like sleeping instead of disappearing from the map when you despawn, being on the lookout for food and other players and animals, and raiding other players. With friends, this makes it a winning combination if not for a number of issues. The community surrounding Rust isn't the best, and development has been slow going to fix some of the bigger fundamental survival aspects which have been going into creating new assets instead (animals traverse impossible inclines and walk underwater unimpeded for 2+ years, gun holsters to identify players during confrontations only recently added in March, server progress being wiped during major updates or on a schedule, etc.). The server wipes are especially off-putting when you've put considerable time and effort with your mates to build up a base only to have everything gone. There are a number of great ideas, but given that this is an early access game, there is still a long way to go. The dev team has been responsive in giving updates and I hope that with feedback and time, the game will get better. But for now, I would only recommend it if you are playing with friends or other players in a group.
A great game that needs a lot of your time but gives back a lot of joy. Rust is as good and fun as far your creativity can get. Actually, Rust can be almost whatever you want it to be. There are lots of servers in Rust, some pacific ones where you can enjoy surviving against nature and building at your own pace, and, of course, some cruel ones where surviving means killing and raiding other players -the true purpose of Rust-. You have to understand that you will die a lot of times in the cruel world of Rust. You will get raided, you will lose all you've achieved during days and weeks in a few minutes. It is part of the game and part of the fun. You need about 100 hours to start surviving properly in Rust and learn all the mechanics. Rust is a game made by the developers and by the users. The community could be toxic at some point, but you will probably make lots of friends and alliances. Try not to trust other players much though. Great game! Better with friends.
It's an amazing game that continues to be updated, but the community and optimization issues are the reason for the 75 rating. It's great for an early access game, but do not buy it if you don't have any friends to play it with.
The graphics of the game are pretty good and the game has been constantly updated since it came out 2013. The community of the game can be a little toxic, with kill on sight being what many players do. The crafting and building system is well implemented in the game, where you spawn naked and have to get wood and stone to craft an axe and hatchet to help build your first base. The first weapons you're going to use are bows, crossbows, spears and eventually get AK47's. There's voice chat to help communicate with other players. There are still some bugs in the game like animals can go through stones. This is still one of the best survival games you can get.
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