Rust waited, but finally Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in Spring 2021. We are talking about a game that has a long history, because although its official launch was in 2018, the game has been available with early access since 2013 and has become very popular thanks to some YouTubers and streamers.
Double Eleven, the publisher of Rust: Console Edition, hasn’t announced an exact release date for the game, but has limited it to Spring 2021, so we should start hearing more about this title soon. Although at the moment we know that will not be a native version for next-gen consoles, but thanks to the compatibility that these offer with previous versions, it is likely that we will be able to play Rust from our PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.
Double Eleven puts the finishing touches on Rust’s launch on consoles
In addition, currently the game is in closed beta for consoles this will surely last a few weeks, which indicates that the game is about to be released. However Double Eleven needs to prepare the final details for the launch, although we believe it is in good hands since they have also previously worked on games such as Prison Architect or Minecraft Dungeons.
After Rust’s recent success in the Egoland series where we got to see some great streamers like Ibai, Rubius or Auronplay, we can hope that as the survival game progresses it will also get a great reception. All with a version that The wait has been long since its announcement in 2019 And, as was to be expected, it will arrive with the latest survival game news.