Rust Console Edition has an official release date, and the years-long wait will end in just under two months.
Facepunch and Double Eleven confirmed that Rust Console Edition will launch on PS4 and Xbox One on May 21; you can also play it on PS5 and Xbox Series X | Yes, though only through backward compatibility. Rust Console Edition will be available in three versions, all of which were opened for pre-order today:
- Rust Standard Edition / Rust Day One Edition ($ 49.99): This is the standard game, though if you do it ahead of time, you’ll also get the Future Weapons and Tools Pack as a bonus.
- Rust Deluxe Edition ($ 59.99): In addition to getting access to the closed beta and interim branch, you also get three days early access to the game itself, a welcome pack, and everything in the standard version.
- Rust Ultimate Edition ($ 79.99): Get an expanded version of the Welcome Pack, an Elite Combat Skin Pack, and 1,100 Rust Coins (worth $ 10), along with everything included in the Deluxe Edition.
Rust first launched on Steam Early Access in 2013, and Facepunch finally announced in November 2019 that a console version was in the works with a planned release date of 2020. It then fell silent for a while, until Console developer Double Eleven confirmed that work-from-home delays meant that it would no longer make it to its originally scheduled date. Still, with the state of everything these days, leaving in May of the following year is not so bad.
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