Rust, the multiplayer survival game, won’t be coming out with a console edition anytime soon. According to publisher, Double Eleven, this edition of the game will take longer to complete as the complications of moving an entire workforce to remote locations have resulted in unexpected time constraints.
Rust’s console edition never had a fully explained timeline, but it was believed to be released sometime in 2020. However, with this new development, or the lack thereof, gamers will have to wait until 2021 to bring the game to. their console. This game delay announcement follows a long period of silence between gamers and developers. According to blog post, the team had nothing of value to share.
“As much engagement with the players is extremely important, but we think it has to be meaningful as well and, as we are working behind the scenes, we haven’t yet felt ready to share anything with you,” a declared Double Eleven. It’s unclear when we’ll receive a substantial update, but we can imagine that when Rust finally arrives on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, next-gen ports will follow shortly thereafter.