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Post by Eorl @ 01:03pm 11/02/14 | 5 Comments
Survival adventure title Rust has hit the one million mark since its launch onto Steam Early Access back in December, developer Gary Newman has revealed through Twitter.

Having been available on the Steam Early Access program for just over a month now, Newman revealed a Dropbox image referencing lifetime total units of 1,001,570, definitely a big success for the indie developer Facepunch Studios. The game has seen a wide variety of changes since its release, recently removing zombies to move itself away from similarities to Dean "Rocket" Hall's DayZ.

Currently Rust is available at a price tag of $19.99 on Steam, which has seen Newman recently reveal that the game pulled in "about 40 per cent of what GMod has made in about nine years." That is a lot of pantless stone murderers.












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Andrewus
Posted 01:54pm 11/2/14
I enjoy the game, it is good fun with a small group of mates.

Server issues are really the only downside at the moment - lag and constant resets. But being early release it shows great potential and I am pretty excited to see what more they bring to the game with every update.
arkter
Posted 03:26pm 11/2/14
Have really been enjoying this game.

They do need to address the lag though - its annoying when they claim they can support 250~ people on a server - yet it lags to death with anywhere over 100.
carson
Posted 09:51pm 11/2/14
I'm of mixed opinions. I think DayZ is a better experience overall. I find the interactions between players a lot more satisfying and unique. So far my only interactions on Rust have been "leave my area or I kill you" or you just get griefed constantly. Plus it has a big issue with hackers.
Ha
Posted 09:56pm 11/2/14
a million people pay 20 dollars for a piece of shit unfinished zombie apocalypse game and fappy bird makes 50000 dollars a day? why the fuck does anyone make good, finished games anymore?
arkter
Posted 01:10pm 12/2/14
a million people pay 20 dollars for a piece of shit unfinished zombie apocalypse game and fappy bird makes 50000 dollars a day? why the fuck does anyone make good, finished games anymore?


You answered your own question.

People pay for half finished shit games. Why bother finishing it?

Some of the half finished shit games just happen to be alright.
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