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Rust: How to die and resurrect yourself

  • Written by Anna Melnikova


Rust is an open world survival game in which action / adventure and role-playing elements combine DayZ and Minecraft. You play in the middle of a huge randomly generated card, fight for your survival and even think about how to end up in rust.

For skirmishes, battles with other players and animals in Rust also has a construction process. Players will have to build shelters, and the way they will look, will depend entirely on your imagination. No one will build a huge castle or, conversely, limit themselves to a small inconspicuous bunker - there are enough resources, and no one else will be seduced by the treasures that can be stored in such a house.

The features of the game in Rust are so different that instead of fighting for survival, which is the main and only real goal in the game, you may wonder how to kill yourself in Rust.

There can be many ways to end your life in Rust, such as getting lost on an island without knowing how to get home. In this case, the death of the character will help you get home if you have a bed or sleeping bag, but all the things in the backpack are irrevocably lost.

The sleeping bag (like the bed) is the place of your resurrection. If you do not have a sleeping bag or bed, then after the command of rusty suicide you will resurrect in a random place on the beach.

You can place many sleeping bags, but all bags within a radius of 20 bases from the last used will get the same recovery time in 300 seconds. The beds in the game work the same way as sleeping bags, but have a shorter recovery time of 120 seconds.

It may also be a common desire to get home as quickly as possible if there is nothing valuable in the backpack.

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