Double Eleven has introduced that their Rust Console Version port is not going to be coming in 2020 as initially deliberate, however (in all probability?) in 2021 as an alternative. Here is a quote explaining why:
We love making nice video games and bringing them to new audiences, however that typically means taking a bit longer to get it proper than we initially deliberate and comes on the unlucky value of the frustration and belief of those that have been so eager to play it upon launch.
As an organization in 2020, a yr that has introduced very difficult occasions for a lot of, we’ve felt very lucky to have the ability to hold doing what we love. We’ve at all times had some distant staff however transferring all the firm house to maintain everybody protected has introduced challenges as we’ve discovered new methods to work with one another within the new regular that this yr had in retailer for us.
So mainly it appears that they’ve hit some snags as a result of present financial and world local weather. Some corporations adjusted pretty nicely to working remotely, and different corporations resembling Double Eleven haven’t, to the extent that they nonetheless do not have something to share regardless of their unique launch date being in 2020.
When you actually need to play Rust and might’t look ahead to it to come back to consoles, you may test it out on Steam for a cool $39.99. If you’re certain and decided to attend Double Eleven out, you may join their e-newsletter with a purpose to be the primary to obtain details about Rust Console Version.
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