Rust players will now will now be able to take part in quests.
Rust’s October update has seen a few changes come to the game, the open world survival title will now offer players the chance to accept missions and earn rewards following completion.
Facepunch Studios said “You can find mission providers at most safe zones and their tasks vary, from catching fish or harvesting lumber to hunting sharks and uncovering hidden treasure”.
The patch, which went live on Thursday has brought a host of new features, players will now be able to approach NPCs and take on a host of missions, “You can have one mission at a time and they’re repeatable”.
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Rewards will consist of mainly treasure boxes and scrap metal, although the studio has said this is merely the start of the missions, so they may be more simple at the beginning, they will offer a lot more in future.
At first players will be able to take part in solo missions, however co-op missions are in the works foe the near future along with PvP missions.
While players are not exploring all of these new missions, they can also make the most of the newest vehicle that has been added to the game, the camper van.
The camper van has the ability to fit four players and also has enough capacity for storage along with a small barbeque.
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