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12:15am EST - Update day has arrived, and with it, changes to workbenches, a nailgun raiding nerf, and hair!

Our update stream goes live at 2pm EST. Follow @Rustafied for news throughout the day.

NSFW warning: Given the new hair isn't just on players heads, there are several naked Newman's pictured below.


Hair is here!

After much anticipation, hair is finally in the game! Like race and gender, each player gets randomly assigned a hairstyle. Along with a fresh do, character models now also have a bit of bushel under the arms, in their nether regions, and if lucky, on their face. Also, as in real life, some people are still bald.

Given this is a first implementation, there is still work to be done - placement of certain things (I’m looking at you, eyebrows) can use some work, and clothing clipping is abundant. I would expect more tweaks and new hairstyles in the near future. Till then, here’s some pictures:


Workbench shifts

I have it on good authority (I.E. Helk) that something new is coming with regards to workbenches. It should be committed soon - I'll post more information as it comes to light.

Nailgun raiding nerf

Since its inception last week, the Nailgun has been the new go to for taking down wood doors. Unfortunately, that will no longer be the case after this update, as Helk changed it so the Nailgun no longer damages wood structures.

On the plus side, nails now stay in the world and are retrievable just like arrows.

Other stuff

  • Updated garage door and nailgun sounds
  • A new format for the Rust commits page
  • Flame turret can no longer be locked
  • Viewmodel skinning update for SAR & Eoka
  • Updated the nailgun prefab with new LOD models
  • Work on Hapis updates (not coming till next forced wipe)

Charitable Rust: December 2nd

For the third year in a row, we’re putting on a 12 hour livestream event, where all the proceeds go to charity. This year, all funds will go to Direct Relief, a longstanding charity who provides aid to victims of natural disasters and poverty in over 80 countries. For more information, or if you’d like to participate, check out charitablerust.com.

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