Rust is a survival game created by Facepunch Studios. Inspired by games like DayZ, Minecraft and Stalker â€“ Rust aims to create a hostile environment in which emergent gameplay can flourish.The aim of the game is to survive. To do this the player should gather resources. Hitting a tree with a rock will give you wood, hitting a rock with a rock will give you rock and ore. You can then craft a hatchet from the wood and rock, allowing you to gather faster. You can go out and hunt a variety of wildlife such as boars, chickens, rabbits, bears, wolves and deer. Once you have killed an animal you can butcher it to gather its meat and skin. You can craft a fire using wood and cook the meat inside the fire. Then you can eat.You face two major dangers in game.Rust is a multiplayer game, so there will be other players trying to survive in the same way that you are. Unfortunately for you they can find you, kill you and take your stuff. Fortunately for you â€“ you can kill them and take th
Feb-11-2014 Openworld ex-zombie survival game Rust has managed to breeze past a million copies sold, thanks to an alpha version that Facepunch Studios admit is just 10 per cent complete.One million eager survival...
Jan-21-2014 Rust has been out just five weeks but is following in the footsteps of DayZ by having a hugely successful alpha launch that has seen it earn more than 55 percent of what Garry’s Mod managed in n...
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I know I can run this game but it has minor fps lag, Fastest and Fantastic run the exact same (I think the fps is about 40-50fps.) It's probably my monitor which is a TV (1366x768 60Hz) Would having a TV screen hinder the performance?