Locks, Trees and Networking
At 68,719,476,736 pixels on a 262144×262144 grid, there is no bigger Rust map.
Microtransactions, Bug fixes and Microtransactions
This week: maps, torches and INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM.
Blueprints, Sounds and Wasted Time
What a Rust map looks like from space, the Church of the Sad Wolf, and Rust server mods.
This week we crushed bugs, crafted new tools, and fixed guns.
Want to hear an amazing Rust rap? Step right in, and please don’t worry about the grenade. We assume it’s fake.
This week we flicked the switch, fixed voice chat, improved the UI and made animals bite you.
If you launch Rust via a shortcut you’re probably going to be pretty confused next time you launch it because you will find yourself in Experimental. If you want to play the previous version that hasn’t been updated for 6 months (now known as ‘legacy’) you can do so by launching via Steam..
If you’re resistant to change and don’t want any part of the new version you can switch to the legacy branch. This way your shortcut should start working again.
You can read more about how we’re developing Rust here. If you’re an experimental newb you’re in luck – Rustafied has put up a bunch of pretty good guides to help you adapt.