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Rust Console Edition: How To Host A Private Server

Here's how to host and play on a private server in Rust Console Edition.

Rust Console Edition’s environment is harsh and cruel, but running a private server for you and your allies will allow you to play without fear of raiders or other gamers. PC gamers have been captivated with custom Rust servers. Console users who wish to learn how to host their own private servers will have little trouble doing so. On private servers, you can alter things like the collecting multiplier and map monuments, but you can’t go too far with modification. With that said here’s how to host and play on a private server in Rust Console Edition.

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Rust Console Edition How To Host A Private Server

“Rust Console Edition” does not currently support hosting private servers. The game devs, on the other hand, claim that the host a game function would be implemented shortly. Initially, the developer intended for custom servers to be accessible upon the game’s release. However, it appears that they have been postponed. You’ll be able to build a custom server from the main menu once it’s available. Players must first pick Play Rust and then browse to the Create A Game option. Then, for the type of server they wish to host, gamers may pick between two choices. They will have the option of using the Standard or Performance server.

For the unfamiliar, hosting a game is expensive, and each server purchase comes with a 30-day uptime guarantee. As a result, gamers who want to host the server must pay a monthly fee to keep it running. In comparison to a Performance server, a Standard server does not provide as much flexibility. When players select the Performance server, they will be given a significantly larger area, up to 5 kilometers in length. They can also change the multiplier, gathering monuments, and a lot more. Both the Standard and Performance servers can accommodate up to 50 people, allowing people to play with their friends on either type of server. The pricing of the Standard and Performance servers has yet to be confirmed by game developer Double Eleven.

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Thats’ everything you need to know about how to host and play on a private server in Rust Console Edition. While you are here, check out more of our Rust Guides to know more tips and tricks like,  How to Play With Friends in Rust Console Edition.