Developer Double Eleven has introduced that the console port of Rust has been delayed. Initially scheduled for an Xbox One and PS4 launch in 2020, Double Eleven was confronted with new challenges because it transitioned to a make money working from home surroundings within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc internationally.
This additionally led to a prolonged interval of silence wherein little or no was revealed for Rust: Console Version, with Double Eleven explaining that it lacked something significant to share publicly.
“As an organization in 2020, a 12 months that has introduced very difficult instances for a lot of, we have felt very lucky to have the ability to hold doing what we love,” the developer defined in a weblog publish. “We have all the time had some distant staff however shifting your entire firm residence to maintain everybody protected has introduced challenges as we have discovered new methods to work with one another within the new regular that this 12 months had in retailer for us.”
The complete PC model of Rust was launched in 2018 after having spent 5 years in Steam Early Entry, though it did not rating too nicely on the time resulting from its repetitive gameplay leading to an unfulfilling expertise. “Its lack of survival depth and inclination to solely reward time served as a substitute of intelligent play saps no matter life it might need needed to give,” critic Alessandro Barbosa mentioned in his Rust evaluate.