Rust: Console Edition has finally arrived on the PS4 and Xbox One, so we imagine that a lot of survival game fans are excited to check it out with their friends, given this title’s reputation.
This version of the game still has some kinks since Rust: Console Edition doesn’t let you host Private Servers (yet) but there’s still enough here to have players diving in again and again.
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Rust: Find Server History On PS4 and Xbox Console Edition
If you like the experience you’ve made yourself on a specific server, we’re here to help you stay on it for future playthroughs.
When you pick ‘Play Rust’ on the main menu, you can mark your favorite servers in the game so there’s no convoluted way to lose them.
Unless something bad happens, it’s relatively easy to go through your server history in Rust: Console Edition thanks to this mechanic, so PS4 and Xbox One players can rest easy when they’re having a good time.
You can also try some of the other servers in Rust: Console Edition since there are a lot of them for those that need a new start but if you’re doing well, players can just continue with the server they’re already playing in.
Still, we won’t blame anyone for sticking to a particular server in Rust: Console Edition, mostly so players won’t have to keep going through the game’s server history.
This should be a fine enough experience for those that are new to Rust so here’s hoping that they have a good time with whatever server they choose.
Rust: Console Edition is now available on the PS4 and Xbox One.