What’s that sound?
Could it be an animal?
Better check, but be careful. Any of them could be dangerous.
That’s the world you live in now. That’s Rust.
Rust is a first person, multiplayer game for PCs that lulls you into a false sense of security. You think you’re alone in this post-apocalyptic radiation-laden world, but you’re not. There and animals around and that is good because you have to eat to survive. But there are also people around. You might think that’s a good thing and maybe you could even form a couple of relationships with people and travel the long road called life together, but sometimes being with people is not a good thing. Sometimes being with people can get you killed. A lot of people that play Rust also take the advantage of using Rust Hacks that allow them to find other players, find loot boxes and much more!
Popular is this game’s middle name. Rust was released in late 2013 on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, and made an impression almost immediately. In its first two weeks Rust sold 150,000 copies. As of February 21, 2014 Rust has made over $30 million at only $19.99 a pop.
It’s addictive. You’ll see.
Game play is intense. Can you handle the pressure of hunting for food and building adequate shelter so you don’t freeze to death, all the while keep an eye out for crazies? Will be become one of those crazies yourself? Only time will tell.