Console edition receives patch 1.31, fixes various bugs


With Facepunch-developed Rust Receiving its March update on PC last week, its console counterpart, which is supported by Double Eleven, isn’t forgotten either. While the console game received its Offshore Blowout update last month, Double Eleven has now released another new update for the game, focusing more on fixing some of the remaining issues.

The new update, Patch 1.31, is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and aims to fix some in-game issues, such as fixing crashes that occur when moving items around in the queue crafting and attack helicopters that randomly disappear in the middle of combat. Crash issues that occurred when a banned player attempted to join a friend on a server have also been resolved, so players have one less thing to worry about.

The patch notes are quite brief. You can read the full notes on the game’s official website or find them in full below.

RUST CONSOLE EDITION PATCH 1.31

Fixes:

  • Fixed a crash when moving items in the crafting queue
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when accessing the offline locker
  • Fixed a crash when banned players tried to join a friend on a server
  • Fixed Heavy Scientists getting stuck above the Oil Rig Helipad after the Chinook drops them off
  • Fixed players being able to shoot through trees with 5.56 rifle ammo
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the Attack Helicopter to disappear in combat
  • Fixed respawning trees sometimes being harvested in one hit
  • Texture updates for oil rig landmarks

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