Hey guys welcome to my blog. I got some free rust keys in the mail the other day and decided to give them a share to the public. There are alot of keys in this text file so don't worry you will get one. They were from the owner himself of Rust. He gave them to me as a present for owning a very popular TTT server on Garry's mod. If you would like a beta key to rust all you have to do is complete a short little survey and you will unlock the download to the text file which contain all of the keys.
Garry Newman and Facepunch Studios made a name for themselves by turning Half-Life 2 into a toy box with Garry's Mod. Now, they're looking to take that odd blend of construction and multiplayer and add a healthy dose of survivalism. Enter Rust. A bit of Minecraft, a dash of STALKER, and a peck of DayZ, Rust is a multiplayer survival game with player freedom as its highest priority. You can test the alpha online right now.
Admittedly, Rust started out as a DayZ clone, until the developers decided that they were "sick of fighting zombies." So, they opened the world up a bit and added more crafting to the mix. Facepunch wants to avoid the green/red tagging system used by DayZ to identify player killers, and instead give the players tools, not labels. "Our job should be to give the players the tools they need," Newman posted. "If you're sick of getting killed - start a town. Build town walls. Give all the town members red clothes. Put warning signs up outside the town. Set up trip wires and alarms. Watch each others back."
You can play the alpha right in your browser by clicking here. When it prompts for the beta key, simply enter any seven-digit combination and hit next. It's rough, buggy, and not particularly pretty, but it should give you an idea of what Facepunch has in mind.
You can download the text file containing all of the beta keys below. Enjoy!