It took a while but Rust: Console Edition is finally available on PS4 and Xbox One, with many players excited to try out the multiplayer survival game alongside a friend or two.
However, a number of players are worried that more experienced Rust players will take them out as they try to adjust to the game’s surroundings, which can be annoying.
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Rust: How to Play on a Private Server On PS4 and Xbox Console Edition
While Rust: Console Edition doesn’t have a single-player mode, players on PS4 and Xbox One are hoping they can set up Private Servers for good games with friends.
The good news Rust: Console Edition will let players make Private Servers on PS4 and Xbox One but the bad news is that option isn’t available yet.
Players that try to make a Private Server on either the PS4 or Xbox One version of Rust will only get a ‘Coming Soon’ and not much else but at least it is coming.
Unfortunately, hosting servers will cost money so prepare to cough up some of those PSN or Xbox Live dollars when you decide to do so.
Still, the fact that many players are still interested in Rust is great, especially since the game is a couple of years old already.
Add the fact that many gamers have made memes about how these sandbox survival games have been milked to oblivion and it’s good to see Rust still have a decent following, especially on current-gen consoles.
Rust: Console Edition is now available on the PS4 and Xbox One, while the regular version of Rust can be played on gaming computers.