Rust Console Edition is available for pre-order! Here’s the release date


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Rust Console Edition is available for pre order Heres the release date

Double Eleven has finally set a release date for the Rust Console Edition. The production, which is currently available for pre-order, will arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in May.

The popular survival-themed game was released on Microsoft Windows and macOS devices in 2018. In the first place, the publisher refused to enter the world of consoles. But at the beginning of March, Double Eleven announced that the game would come to PS and Xbox in Spring 2021. Now the expected day of publication has become clear.

Rust Console Edition is released on March 21

Publisher and developer company Double Eleven has announced a console adaptation of the anticipated game. According to the announcements, the game will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 21. In addition, the production is already available for pre-order with three different versions.

Rust Console Edition comes with limited features in its standard version; The deluxe package will feature special equipment and access to the game 3 days early. In addition, users who purchase the package will also have access to the Open Test and Closed Beta. In the Ultimate version, players will also receive special costume packs and 1100 Rust Gold.

Rust Console Edition is available for pre order Heres the release date 1

Mark South, the developer’s chief operating officer, excited console owners for the Rust Console Edition with the following statements:

“Rust will forever be the baby and brain of Facepunch Studios. We are extremely grateful to have taken their games and transferred them to the console version. We’ve created an outstanding gaming experience designed for PlayStation and Xbox gamers. We look forward to hearing player feedback.” ..

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There are now months left for the popular survival game. Production is coming to the console a little later than expected. But behind this delay lies a nuanced work. Therefore, May 21st seems to be quite enjoyable for PlayStation and Xbox One users.


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