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Rust has a whole bunch of quality-of-life changes coming up

It's time for another rundown of what's coming up in the world of Facepunch's survival game. Rust YouTuber Shadowfrax has just shared the latest clip in his series of developer updates giving us an idea of the changes and additions heading the game's way, and it looks like we've got a bunch of quality-of-life changes in store. While a bunch of new content, like the new desert monument and other bits, is still in the works, "this month in general has been focussed on quality of life", the 'Tuber explains in the September 17 clip (below). There's a pretty hefty list of changes coming, with a spread of different tweaks and tinkerings across gameplay. You'll now be able to pick up painted signs and get them to retain their image, ShadowFrax explains, and viewed - delightful daubings included - in your inventory. Non-painted signs, though, will now stack up to five in their slots. In the same vein, the changes also mean you'll be able to use voice chat while painting your next masterpiece on a sign. "Bob Ross would be proud," ShadowFrax muses. I'm sure he would. Signs - and also the game's map - will also now display at full quality irrespective of your graphics settings, too. Lovely. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: The Rust devs are making underwater labs more worthwhile Rust's submarines are getting nerfed and missions are in the works again Rust skins - here are this week's new items


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