Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Rust Update 1.73 Patch Notes and more

Double Eleven, has released Rust update 1.73, bringing tons of bug fixes. The new update targets issues disrupting the smooth gameplay, fixing anomalies in-game physics, and adjusting the game balance.

The patch notes, officially released on July 27, promise a smoother gameplay experience. One major bug fix pertains to the “Too Hot” status effect players would experience despite a -4° temperature modifier. This fix will ensure the game’s temperature system works as expected, providing a more consistent gameplay experience.

Rust Update 1.73 Patch Notes

The monthly wipe is here, and we have a bug-fixing update to improve the quality of time you spend on the island. Be sure to download the update before launching the game.

Happy rock day, survivors!!!!


  • Fixed a bug causing auto sprint to be stopped whilst underwater when pressing the crouch button.
  • Fixed a bug causing the player to be kicked when jumping on the Stairs Spiral Triangle.
  • Fixed a bug causing the player to be kicked when attempting to climb an Oak Tree.
  • Fixed a bug causing Scrap to be consumed from the Gambling Wheel when combined winnings exceeds 1000 scrap.
  • Fixed a bug that caused players to get the “Too Hot” status effect with -4° temperature modifier. 
  • Fixed a bug causing players to float in midair after being downed whilst jumping.
  • Fixed a bug causing the Heavy Scientists equipped with M249 to have better accuracy compared to the Steam version.
  • Fixed a bug causing the player to be kicked when climbing on the Pumpjack.
  • Fixed a bug causing the seafloor to be visible between two ocean planes.


  • Purchased skins are now showing in the Repair Bench.


  • Players bodies are disappearing or not updating after death.
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