Rust November Update Adds New Weapon, Casino Train Carriage
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Rust November Update Adds New Weapon, Casino Train Carriage

Rust November Update Adds New Weapon, Casino Train Carriage

This month’s update for the PvP survival game Rust includes a few changes to the open world as well as the normal bug patches. Facepunch Studios’ release is notorious for its horde of players with itchy trigger fingers and an atmosphere that could quickly wipe out novices, earning it a reputation as one of the most horrific survival games available. Although this may turn off some players, the game’s punishing gameplay has helped it become an unexpected hit in the genre.

Rust November Update Adds New Weapon, Casino Train Carriage

Rust November Update Adds New Weapon, Casino Train Carriage

Due to the difficulty of survival, many guides exist to help players, particularly those just starting out. The beginning of the game is especially unpleasant, since it begins with the player awakening nude on an island full of possibly hostile users who would rather fight than band together. Even if there were no other humans around, the planet still has dangerous animals, and it would only take one assault for a newcomer to die. That is, assuming they don’t die of thirst or hunger first.

That savagery is part of what makes the game so enjoyable, and the creator is always releasing updates with new features and content. During the month of November, a new sidearm named the Prototype 17 is introduced to Rust. It’s a “deadly” weapon with an 18-round magazine and three-round burst fire, since the game isn’t difficult enough as it is. Along with this, a new car has been added to the train for people who wish to unwind with a little gaming. In addition to removing the Halloween content, the update adds a poker table, two slot machines, and a new blackjack computer that can “manage 1-3 players” to the caboose.

As with previous stable Rust releases, this one includes fixes for known issues as well as enhancements to the language’s usability. This in no way makes the game easier. In fact, those who are really gluttons for torture may try out the new, although ultimately discretionary “Hardcore Mode” that was included in September’s patch.

Rust is a survival game with a lot of potential for replay even though it provides a very challenging experience. A game’s complexity may be overlooked if the game’s crafting system and the option to band together with pals to boost security are compelling enough. It’s violent nature is probably what draws players back, however.

 

 

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