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    Rust has bought over 12 million copies • Eurogamer.web

    So let’s rejoice with polar bears!

    Rust has bought over 12 million copies.

    Making the announcement in a new year round-up, developer Facepunch revealed that in addition to promoting 12,481,079 copies of the sport, it is also bought over a million DLC packs – a surprisingly modest quantity, given the variety of individuals invested within the vanilla recreation, maybe? – and has over 400,000 customers on its Discord server.

    The rundown additionally revealed the crew has banned over 600,000 accounts from the sport and topped 1.37 million views on Twitch. That equates to over 300 million watched hours and 1.3 billion complete views on the streaming service.

    “2021 was an distinctive 12 months for Rust in nearly all regards, after eight years of steady growth Rust has gone from energy to energy,” the crew introduced on Steam (thanks, PCGN). In 2021 Rust blew up on Twitch, we noticed record-high participant counts, launched Voice Props DLC Pack, World revamp, missions, freight trains, underwater labs, gestures, submarines, MLRS and a lot extra.”

    As for what 2022 holds? Facepunch shared a few sneaky peeks from its upcoming arctic monument – there is a polar bear! – which is ready to launch “within the very close to future”, and a “heap load” of QoL (high quality of life) modifications are coming subsequent month, too.

    Though it has been round since 2013, the survival multiplayer skilled a resurgence in popularity this time last year after a bunch of high-profile streamers arrange a non-public server collectively.

    The streamers, together with Shroud, Pokimane, Fantasy, XQc and extra, all uploaded their very own views of the island (even creating their very own factions), making for compelling viewing – and significantly boosting Rust’s participant rely within the course of and setting a brand new concurrent consumer file of 244,394.

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