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Rust, announced the release date of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions

In the past few hours, the Double Eleven studio, which has been entrusted with the port for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One of Rust, has unveiled the official release date of the survival also on the consoles of ...

Rust, first gameplay video for the console version

The console version of Rust is shown for the first time in a gameplay video. Facepunch Studios' survival, initially released in early access on Steam back in 2013, is experiencing a second youth ...
Rust Server EU Down Fire OVH Europe

Rust: European servers compromised after the fire in the OVH data center

Among the various companies victims of the great fire that took place in the Strasbourg office of OVH, a company specializing in web hosting and in the cloud, we also find Facepunch Studios and its title Rust. https://twitter.com/playrust/status/1369611688539009025?s=21 According to first estimates, all ...

Rust, a "softcore" mode is coming for new players

Naked, in the woods. Thus begins the games of Rust, a title in which the first hours of play are almost always a nightmare. Just to make it a little less complex to overcome this initial obstacle, Facepunch ...

Rust, the console version in the pipeline

These are golden days for Rust. Facepunch Studios' survival seems to have literally drunk an elixir of eternal youth by chance and suddenly found himself catapulted to the crest of the wave. It all started with a ...

According to some rumors Fallout 76 would be very similar to Rust

Bethesda has unveiled Fallout 76 with a teaser that confirms its realization. The teaser starts in a rather typical setting for the series, with a close-up of a radio that moves away ...

Rust pays off (and 4 millions of dollars)

As a title, it is time for Rust to pay. Pay for the many small (and large) mistakes made in the technical and commercial management of the title. Although, more than paying, we talk about ...


https://youtu.be/bI9nmJa9bD0 Premetto di non aver giocato alla mod di Arma né ad H1Z1: King of the Hill, entrambi firmati dall'ormai celebre PLAYERUNKNOWN, ma poco è bastato per farmi innamorare di questo gioco. A video vedrete la...

GOG turns around, will return to prioritize DRM-free games

Let's go back to talking about CD Projekt and their latest financial report. In addition to confirming the release for 2022 of the Next-Gen versions of Cyberpunk ...

Dying Light 2 Stay Human, the Techland game has entered ...

Tymon Smektała, lead game designer of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, announced through a press release released in the past few hours that the latest effort ...

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