Time to survive, one more time. After the announcement that Rust, the multiplayer survival game with a strong competitive load, will arrive in spring, now we have been able to see some material where we appreciate how it moves on PS4 and Xbox One.
It is our opportunity to see what we are going to find in combat, load options, and their impact on the confrontations’ performance, whether alone or as a team. In fact, they make it clear that we will repeatedly die until we find the perfect combination.
Here’s the gameplay on PS4 Pro:
And here’s one on Xbox One:
Let no one imagine that our last generation consoles are dead because they are surviving, pun intended, with titles like Rust.
The goal in Rust is to survive. Do not succumb to thirst and hunger, face nature, dress, and face adversity, which players can embody, scientists, bears, wolves … and of course the possibility of drowning or burning, or even die from radiation. There are no rules: we are free to act good or bad, looting corpses or, on the contrary, making alliances.
We can build from small cabins in the forest to large fortresses of rusted metal in an attempt to seek safety and create all kinds of weapons, bombs, and traps.
Rust was launched on Steam in early access in 2013. Almost eight million players have inhabited its world and been part of this extreme social experiment, making the title one of the most played on Steam. The adventure has evolved since its early days as a survival game and remains a tough rival.