After its success on PC, the multiplayer experience makes the leap to consoles next May.
A few months ago Rust has had a rebound of success after several renowned streamers bet on this Survival game. And although a console version had been announced for some time, news was scarce. But those responsible were put the batteries and Double Eleven, who are in charge of this version, have confirmed its release date for consoles.
“Rust is and will always be the darling and creation of Facepunch Studios, and we are extremely grateful to be able to pick up the baton of their work and create our own console edition for this incredible game, “said Mark South, COO of Double Eleven, responsible for this version for consoles, who have taken the baton from Facepunch.
May 21 is the date chosen for Rust on consolesRust’s Survival Coming to PS4 and Xbox One Starting Next May 21th. In addition, you can already reserve the game in different editions. Koch Media will be the publisher in charge of distributing the game in physical version and there will be different editions. They are as follows:
Rust Standard Edition and Rust Day One Physical Edition (€ 49.99). They include the base game with a pre-order bonus comprising the Future Weapons and Tools Packs. Those who are truly prepared for the worst and want to get their hands on a physical edition of Rust can also get the bonus by pre-ordering the Day One Edition at select stores.
Rust Deluxe Edition (€ 59.99) welcomes survival fans with a Welcome Pack (€ 14.99 value) that includes the base game, three days early access, access to the closed beta, the development version of the game and the bundles Future Weapons and Tools Pack.
Rust Ultimate Edition (€ 79.99) gives die-hard fans access to content from both editions, but also includes an updated and final version of the Welcome Pack, 1,100 Rust Coins (worth € 10) and an Elite Combat Skin pack for a look that’s as threatening as possible. and intimidate both newbies and veterans.
If you want to open your mouth for Rust, we leave you a link to see the first gameplays of the game running on PS4 and Xbox One after a closed beta has been active. You can also recall our analysis of its PC version.
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