Rust, Facepunch Studios' multiplayer survival fest, gets a bit of a lift
this week, with the arrival of its Elevator update. The update adds the deployable feature as an option for your player bases, as well as a rework for the survival game's
map, and a bunch of other goodies, too. The Rust Elevator update's eponymous new addition lets players travel easily between their base's different floors and levels, Facepunch announces in a press release, and it sounds easy enough to implement, too. All you have to do is plonk one on your settlement's ground floor, then stack multiple others on top of it to create a working elevator system. The release only mentions "additional floors", so it's not clear just how far you can go with this - but, hey, the sky's the limit, right? Once you've powered your elevator, you can move it one floor up or down at a time using the controller's respective buttons, or send it straight to the top or bottom of its shaft. You can also add power inputs to your various floors which you can use to call the elevator directly to them. Neat. Just make sure you don't hang around underneath the elevators when they're moving. Ouch. Read the rest of the story...
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