If you’ve been waiting to dig into famed PC survival game Rust as it makes the jump to consoles, you’re in luck. It’s been dated and is landing in May.
Not too rusty
A game that’s been around for some time on the PC, Rust seems to never completely fall out of the news. So it should have come as no shock that it’d make the leap to consoles. Maybe the only surprise should have been that it took this long to make it.
Nevertheless, Rust is coming up, and sooner than you might’ve thought. The game will be hitting the Xbox One and PS4 with a May 21st release date.
Check out the latest trailer:
Now you know the release date, but do you know all the different versions of the game that’ll be out there? Physical editions of Rust will be exclusive to GameStop and Amazon, and tiers look a little something like this:
- Rust Standard Edition and Rust Day One Physical Edition ($49.99 USD) includes the base game, with a preorder bonus that includes a Future Weapons and Tools Pack. Survivalists looking to nab a physical edition of Rust can also grab this bonus with a Day One Edition preorder from GameStop and Amazon in North America.
- Rust Deluxe Edition ($59.99) welcomes survivalists with an aptly named Welcome Pack ($14.99 value) that includes the base game, three days of early access, closed beta access, staging branch access and includes the Future Weapons and Tools Pack.
- Rust Ultimate Edition ($79.99 USD) provides the most ardent fans with the features of the previous two editions but also includes an ultimate/upgraded version of the Welcome Pack, 1100 Rust Coins (a $10 value), and an Elite Combat Skin Pack so you can look as menacing as possible to newcomers and veterans alike.