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Anyone who wants to spend their time on a Rust server with friends or a community has to rent one themselves to have full control. We at Gameservercheck have compared the best offers for you. You can sort our table freely, for example by hoster score or by price - your choice!
What are you waiting for? Find your Rust server!
Windows, Mac OS X
December 11, 2013
Abenteuer, Open-World, Survival
If you want to use your own Rust server, you have two different options, as with many other games. Mostly you rent a server from a larger provider. This saves a lot of training and allows a quick start in the game. The disadvantage lies on the one hand in the costs, which you can do without with the host on your own PC, and on the other hand in the somewhat limited setting options. However, you can also host a server yourself on your computer. The advantages are of course lower costs and all the freedom, but the big disadvantage is that you can only play while you have the server running. Especially for friends, this can be very annoying, because they are dependent on you. In addition, the hardware of your own computer will reach its limits at some point. We therefore look at the rental variant, so that you can get your own Rust server without much effort and without major problems.
Anyone who wants to spend their time on a Rust server with friends or a community must rent one themselves in order to have full control. We at Gameservercheck have compared the best offers for you. You can sort our table freely, for example by hoster score or by price - your choice! What are you waiting for? Find your Rust server!
Rust is an action-adventure survival computer game developed by Facepunch Studios and has been in so-called Early Access since December 2013, which means that you can already buy the game, but it has not been fully developed yet. Some players have been actively participating in the game since the first few weeks, and Rust has sold over three million copies in total, according to the developers. The goal of the game, as with many other survival games, is to survive as long as possible. In the vast world, you will find wild animals and other players that could be dangerous to you. The latter is especially interesting, since you can both ally with players and fight against them. Especially foreign players in the open world are very dangerous, which is the appeal of the game for many. You start the game with a torch, bandages for healing and a lump of rock with which you can slay animals and obtain wood and stone. From the latter two things, in turn, you can make an axe in a small menu, with which you can get resources faster. Important in these adventures, of course, is to eat constantly, so that you do not die. To get special items, you need to visit the cities or larger prominent places. There you will find boxes, but also radioactivity, which makes us sick in the long run. As rewards, however, construction plans, weapons, explosives and materials beckon. In Rust you can also build your own dwelling out of wood, erect palisades to protect your house from intruders, and of course make the ever-popular sleeping bag. As in many other survival games, you lose your entire inventory when you die, but you can save these things in your dwelling. You can then return to the game with your sleeping bag or by creating a new character. It is important that you know the difference between Rust Experimental and Rust Legacy. Legacy is the old version of the game, which still has zombies in parts, and struggles a lot with framerates and especially hackers. Rust Experimental is the more recent version and is still being developed, while work on Legacy has stopped. There, the animation is supposed to be better and the material procurement easier.
A rented server doesn't let you set all things the way you would like. So some things you can't influence, but many others you can. The first thing is the version of the server, either Legacy or Experimental. More about the different versions can be found in the introduction of this article. Next you can set slots, password and some other things. As usual, you should act according to your own preferences. The number of slots depends on your wishes, a group with five players should be satisfied with five to ten slots, a larger community should go for fifty or maybe even more slots. Whether the server should get a password or not is also up to your discretion. Some providers (e.g. 4Players) reduce the price if you protect the server. You should pay attention to the CPUs that are used for the server. Most of the time you can't influence this, but you can ask the provider in advance or discover it on the website. The servers should run on the latest I5/I7 or Xeon Cpu's from Intel. For a good ping, the servers should also be located in Germany, otherwise there may be delays in the game. It is also important to read the small print: The servers should always be up to date, so that you don't end up lagging behind the original patch. Especially in Early Access, this can be very limiting, since major changes often find their way into the game. You can also book additional storage space with many providers. This can be worthwhile if you want to do without loading times, but usually goes quickly into the money. From time to time, direct packages are offered together with TeamSpeak servers. Make sure that you do not invest more for the servers than you would with another provider for voice programs only. For more information, check out our article on TeamSpeak servers.