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Rust for Mac

  • Paid
  • In English
  • 3.5
  • (104)
  • Security Status

Softonic review

Kristina Schulz
Kristina SchulzUpdated 10 months ago

Brutal multiplayer survival game

Rust is a sandbox game based in a vast open-world environment with biodiverse climates. You will encounter plenty of issues during the gameplay. You'll need to monitor your health bars and surroundings. The Rust community can ambush, befriend, or kill you in the multiplayer game.

DayZ and Valheim are similar survival games. Both of the gaming titles include extreme fighting tactics. Guns are a common weapon in DayZ, Rust, and Valheim. Minecraft is a more friendly sandbox title. While Minecraft has pixelated graphics, the rest of the games have realistic animations.

Is Rust free to play?

While Rust is not a free-to-play game, you will only need to purchase the video game once. You will have lifetime access when you buy the platform. The user experience is highly dynamic. You can connect to plenty of servers when you first start. The servers are organized into categories: ‘Official’, ‘Community’, ‘Modded’, ‘Friends’, ‘Favorited’, and ‘History’.

You can see the total number of players and servers available in each category. The lists have the server names and the number of players for each individual server. Additionally, each server has a PING number available. You can click on the refresh button in the left panel to update the ever-changing list.

The search bar will let you quickly get to a specific group. You can type ‘Aim’ into the search bar to enter into training groups. You can practice shooting your weapons at targets on these servers.

Can you get Rust on Xbox?

Facepunch Studios developed and released the cross-platform title. Rust is compatible with computers, laptops, and gaming consoles. The desktop version is available on Apple Mac, Linux, and Microsoft Windows PC operating systems. The Rust console edition is for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The developers have retrieved feedback from beta users to improve the game.

Why is the Rust game so popular?

Each month the servers get reset. The Rust force wipe makes each player start at the same point. The challenging nature of Rust is exciting. You will appear on the coast each time you enter a server. Additionally, you always awaken at the coast after being killed.

The game begins next to the water in either light or darkness, depending on whether the time is day or night when you enter. You are equipped with two tools to start: a stone and a torch. You can use the torch to let you see at night. Gathering resources is a primary element of Rust: hemp, metal, stone, sulfur, wood, etc.

You'll use natural materials to craft tools and items. While your progress is not entirely reset when you die, any items on you will be lost. One of your primary responsibilities is to build a base. You can store your collected resources at your home base to save your progress. Additionally, your home will decay unless you store enough items inside.

Collecting materials is an engaging process. A target will move around the object to let you know the optimal place to strike. You can break objects more efficiently by hitting the moving mark. Additionally, tools will let you gather faster. Two easy tools to start with are the hatchet and pickaxe. The best first resources to get are hemp, stone, and wood.

Certain equipment is important to get. A furnace and workbench will let you craft optimally. A research bench will let you study items to create blueprints for your own objects. You can find equipment at monuments on the map. Monuments are optimal places to find loot. While the smaller monuments do not release radiation, you can get radiation poisoning from the bigger sites.

Why is Rust so hyped?

Rust is a player-versus-player game. You are free to do what you want in the sandbox environment. You can make both enemies and friends. You can use your mic to talk directly to another user to create a clan or team. The reality is that some players will inevitably want to kill you to loot your belongings.

You will need to be aware of your physical health and environment to stay alive. Your appetite, thirst, and energy levels can be seen in the lower right corner of the user interface. Additional health bars can appear. Rust delivers three distinct biomes: desert, temperate, and snow.

Meters will appear above your basic health bars to let you know when you are too cold, wet, etc. If you mount a horse to ride, then you will see the health level of the animal. While horses are harmless, bears, boars, and wolves are dangerous to encounter. Brutal violence is unfortunately encouraged in Rust. Chicken and deer are safe animals, too.

Rust is an immersive game that integrates into your life. Since Rust is constantly running, your base can get raided even when you are offline. Facepunch Studios published the Rust+ application to notify you when your home is being invaded. Since you get real-time updates, you should immediately log in to defend your base.

Additionally, you can raid the items on empty bases. Since the game is wiped clean monthly, the losses are not as detrimental. Additional threats in Rust include NPCs: patrol helicopters and scientists. You can avoid getting killed by a shooter in a helicopter by undressing and removing your weapons from the toolbar. Scientist will be distinctly dressed in a blue suit.

Realistic yet hostile realm

Although you can team up with friends, sometimes Rust is toxic. The first-person shooter game lets you steal from players that die. The PvP experience will likely teach you not to trust the players, aside from your team. Rust has plenty of locations to explore on the map. You will need to fend for yourself by eating, drinking, and staying protected.

What’s new?

The developers are releasing new software updates based on the latest news from the Rust beta testers. Additionally, Rust is coming to console for PS4 and Xbox One.

PROS

  • Diverse map
  • Cross platform
  • Real-time notifications
  • Interactive gathering methods

CONS

  • Violent towards animals

Also available in other platforms

Program available in other languages


Rust for Mac

  • Paid
  • In English
  • 3.5
  • (104)
  • Security Status

User reviews about Rust

  • Hines

    by Hines

    I did the same - suspicious...

  • MrPitBread

    by MrPitBread

    i install it but after that it doesnt download it says succesfully installed and it isnt installed i installed it with .pkg

  • Konrad Paluch

    by Konrad Paluch

    I think its a really good game and well made, I recommend other people to play it because its just such a good game!

  • Druid Origins

    by Druid Origins

    I haven't played the game yet without getting loads of notifications


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