Rent your own Rust server with Fatality Servers premium hosting! We offer affordable server hosting for rust, starting from the low price of $4.90
We at Fatality Servers offer Rust server hosting for Windows, GT-MP servers, and others along with the Linux Rust servers.
Cheap Rust Hosting from $4.90
Interested players can now rent Rust server hosting from Fatality Servers. Players can start their own journey from scratch and form their own clans. The steps to rent a Rust server are just a few clicks away. Check out the overview of features below:
- 24-500 Slots
- DDoS protection
- Multiple locations worldwide
- Vanilla, Legacy & Oxide Mod supported
Server Hosting Features for Rust:
We at Fatality Servers use premium hardware that offers unmetered storage. Our hardware system consists of DDR4 ECC RAM, dual E5-2600 series processor, and Samsung SSDs that function on each of the boxes. This ultimate hardware system with powerful processors enables the server to offer their Rust players a platform of unlimited storage.
Fatality Servers feature their own android and ioS mobile apps to make it more convenient for gamers to manage their servers from anywhere at any time. Gamers can, therefore, have the benefit of managing and controlling their Rust servers from a compatible mobile device.
Upgrading your Rust server hosting on Fatality Servers is made problem-free as the upgrades have been made simpler for slots or in the hardware of the server. The technical staff at Fatality Servers is available from Monday – Saturday: 08 AM – 12 PM to offer gamers an uninterrupted service and upgrades without any downtime.
To assist in providing a high-performance service, Fatality Servers offers our Rust server hosting in many locations globally, no matter where the gamers are in the world. They offer premium network services around multiple destinations across Asia, North America, Europe, and others.
Our hosting service provides MOD installations that have been made easy for gamers to install plugins and uMod mods. The type of maps can also be changed along with other installations.
Fatality Servers also features a daily backup system that automatically backs up the Rust server for the gamers with no additional cost. When in need of any files, say from 6 months back, Gamers can retrieve those files from the host by letting them know of the request.
100% DDoS PROTECTED
To enable the gamer in protecting and keeping the server online for their missions, survival, and killings across the mapped areas, gamers will have a free automatic DDoS-Protection with the Rust Game Server. This feature gives gamers full protection from the outside. Gamers will not notice when any of the attacks take place. If gamers have their own IP server connected to Rust, they will receive administrative access to the DDoS-Protection. The Rust Server is installed on fast server hardware. And with this combination, gamers can get the best possible Rust experience.
Why Choose Us For Your Rust Server?
Gamers can now install Rust mods on their server easily and quickly, due to the free FTP access. It is possible to put in new missions or new elements like weapons and tools. And when the RAM gets too low due to the modifications, there is no need to worry as gamers can downgrade their server with few clicks, by selecting a RAM boost, which is made available to the gamer right after a server reboot.
Through the fully automated installation system, the server is installed after a few minutes post the order process. The server is also fully preconfigured and is customizable with just a few clicks. Once the server is completely installed, gamers can instantly play after starting the server.
If a gamer decides to order a server through their own port, a default port of Rust will be given. This will remove for gamers the task of memorizing or forwarding the port to other members.
When a gamer deems the game to get a little boring, there shouldn’t be any problem in changing the game. This is made possible through the game-cloud, where games can be switched to different games along with the default port also being saved after the switch.
Rust is a game where the player has only a torch and a rock, which is used by the player to break stones apart and cut trees down. Get started on the journey from the Stone Age period cliché and see whether one can survive the wilderness of an early man’s way of living and surviving.
Players take or gather resources such as stone and wood to employ them in crafting weapons, tools, and others, in order to survive. But to make these surviving tools, the players will need materials and sophisticated elements. Players can attain these elements by ‘components’ that are scattered across the map.
One important thing for the players to not miss in Rust is the airdrops. These are pallets of supplies that are equipped inside a parachute and are dropped down intentionally far away from the player through a propeller plane. Players can build and customize their vehicles and weapons of all sorts from these materials at their disposal.
Basically, in Rust, the more you break the more you win or survive. Rust players must be careful of another aspect in the game, the helicopter attacks. These helicopters spawn inside and at time intervals it randomly starts to shoot off the players. Players will have to stay properly fed or the starvation will make them die faster. Other challenges that the players will face are hypothermia, wildlife attacks and drowning.
Some of the locale areas on the map are also radioactive- high, medium and low. The players will have to wear the right outfit and armor for each of the specific degrees of radioactivity, or they may be at risk to die sooner.
A concept that a Rust player can do is to form with other players, a clan. These clans are created to help players house together, share supplies, and items with one another, and to also loot and kill other players or clans.
How To Install UMod on a Rust Server
UMod which until recently was called Oxide is a utility mod for the multiplayer Video-game based on Survival. The uMod is a popular mod amongst the players of Rust. It is essentially a mod that allows the users to install and use custom plugins on the Rust Server.
When it comes to gameplay, many players prefer to extend on what the game can do. This may include improving items, adding new questions, or even changing the whole aesthetics of the game. When it comes to multiplayer-only games, however, the things you can do to the script of the play becomes limited.
Rust being a multiplayer-only game, it requires particular accessibility to modify the game in any way. This is where uMod comes in.
When hosting a DayZ Umod server, it is essential to keep it interesting. Having a unique map, gameplay experience, and overall aesthetics of the game keeps the players hooked. uMod can help servers add extensions, mods, or any sort of modifications that one would wish to install.
The first step would be to download the file. This is simple: all you have to do is go to the website and download the latest version of uMod. There will be different patches and updates there. There are different versions, so keeping in check with the Rust update version is essential.
Along with the latest patch for the Rust update, players can also search and download previous patches. This can be especially useful if the game hasn’t been updated recently to the latest version.
Of course, players can find the details of the update and build compatibility in the patch descriptions. Running an unmatched version or can create complications and errors like game crashes. Each version of uMod has been improved for better user experience, so the latest Rust update and the latest uMod patch is recommended.
This is the easy part. Once downloaded, all the player need do is to copy some files over into the Rust server directories. The data in question is a folder named ‘RustDedicated_Data.‘ The same folder is also present in the Rust server directory, and it needs to be replaced with the one from the uMod download. Once the transfer is complete, the installation is almost complete.
After the transfer, players must make sure that uMod is installed correctly and running. Merely running the rust server, and entering the command “Oxide .version” will initiate a prompt screen. The screen will display details about the server, like build or engine version. After which, there will be another command shell which will check the data that was recently installed. If the installation has run correctly, the test results will show “Modded,” displaying other details as well like a number of players and entities.
The modder will now be able to install plugins and make customizations to their Rust servers.
Why install uMod?
As is the case with many games, the Vanilla version just doesn’t cut it, especially if a player has played enough. Modding offers players to customize their games in many ways, including gameplay, visuals, and even mechanics. For Rust Servers, many plugins can help modify the experience, but that is not possible without the uMod.
Think of it like as a script extender. If it is installed, players can access private servers, improve item management mechanics, get better loot, and manipulate the rates of resource gathering. Additionally, players can make use of the hundreds of plugins that can be downloaded for free.
Errors and solutions:
Following the above instruction should install uMod just fine. Facing errors on a uMod installed rust server rarely occurs as it has been well optimized over the years after its release. However, once can face some errors after the process like a server crash or o response after the ”oxide.version” command. In any cases, bugs and glitches are caused mainly by incompatibility, be it versions or between software or hardware.
If there are errors, the following steps might help:
- Stop the Rust Server
- Install any steam updates
- Install the uMod again
- Restart the server
If after a new update of the servers, players cannot start it, it may be a problem with the servers as well. Installing the latest graphics driver might solve the issue. If players are facing freeze or over-heating, it might just be compatibility issues with the graphics instead.
If you have any issues installing mod on our Rust server hosting plans, contact us and we’ll be able to help you out.