The new Rust update features a range of fixes and changes, including new support for Nvidia DLSS, which is technology that is used to adapt supersampling for more consistent frame rates. Along with that, you can now crawl around when you’ve been incapacitated, as long as you haven’t fallen from a significant height.
While it may seem like things have been quiet in terms of Rust updates recently, that’s only because the developers have been working on some big things. Notably, the graphical update for Rust is currently under production and from what we’ve seen of it, it looks like it will completely transform how the world of Rust looks.
Rust is one of the most unique games in the survival genre, setting it apart from competitors like DayZ
. Whereas most games are restricted to a specific time period, Rust allows you to go from a barbarian wielding a rock to a modern-day survivor raining death from a helicopter upon the more unfortunate players in your server.
This is because players start off with nothing but the aforementioned rock (not even clothes!), and they are sent out into the world to gather resources so that they can build weapons and shelter. The first person to get guns after a server is wiped will usually have a huge advantage over their spear-wielding opponents.
One thing to consider is that Rust is mainly a social game. If you choose to cooperate with other players, then you’ll likely get ahead. Of course, you have to be wary of other players who seek to take advantage of you instead of actually building a mutually beneficial alliance.
This is why most people recommend playing Rust with a group of friends, as this will ensure that the bonds between you are stronger and that you’re less likely to betray each other. That being said, playing Rust solo is perfectly doable, especially if you’re not usually a social gamer.
There are a few advantages to playing Rust solo. Chief amongst these benefits is that you won’t have to worry about providing resources to other players. Every resource you get can be put towards your weapons, armor, and base. While your base will likely be smaller, this will also make it easier to defend and maintain.
Resources are everything in Rust. As the name suggests, structures start to degrade over time, and you’ll need to use resources to ensure that things don’t end up falling to pieces. This degradation continues while you’re offline, making Rust a relatively demanding game that you’ll have to dedicate yourself to.
If you don’t have the time to invest in Rust but you still want to experience the world and enjoy yourself, there are a few different ways you can do this. You can join a powerful group of players, but you likely won’t have much power yourself if you don’t play the game consistently enough to contribute.
On the other hand, you can hack Rust so that you can have all of the advantages without having to do any of the work. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the top Rust cheats that are currently available and what each one does.
Rust is notorious for not having the best anti-cheat out of most survival games, meaning that you often have to resort to cheating just so you can remain competitive. The problem with Rust is that many servers are managed by members of the community, and this makes anti-cheat relatively inconsistent.
The hacking epidemic in Rust is so bad that about one in five players gets banned for hacking every month. In most cases, Rust hackers get banned, and then they’ll purchase a second copy of the game, and then they’ll continue hacking once again, making it a relatively forgiving environment in which to cheat.