Rust has, in one form or another, been available since December 2013. Amazingly, it hasn’t had a paid expansion in all that time – but that’s about to change with the upcoming launch of its first premium DLC, the Instruments Pack. As the name might suggest, the expansion contains a bunch of musical instruments, including the wheelbarrow piano, |the junkyard drum kit, the xylobones, and more. A new control scheme will be included in an accompanying update to make instruments easier to control, developer Facepunch says. You can also plug in MIDI keyboards and other compatible devices to play the instruments in real time along with your in-game character. The Instruments Pack launches for Rust on PC on December 5. Including a launch discount, the expansion will cost $10, but a regular price (and international pricing) has yet to be revealed. You can, however, play the instruments for free on Rust’s testing branch from now until the DLC’s final release.
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