ALL THANKS TO THE NEW EVENTS THAT INTERNATIONAL STREAMERS HAS MADE
Rust has been the topic of conversation in recent days, this survival genre title that reminds us of Minecraft and Ark mechanics is reaching numbers that it had not seen before, or at least not since its launch in 2018.

 

 

We are facing a phenomenon that we already experienced last year with Among Us, as a title that had a small but constant player base has been boosted by the exposure that great streamers have given it.

We regret to tell you that Egoland’s media success was not the first to create this dynamic, because weeks before big names in streaming in the United States made their own private server on Rust, organized by Valkyrae and members of Offline TV, among others.

Of course, the new dynamic with Spanish-speaking streamers only increased the euphoria for trying this title, both in Spain and in Latin America.

RUST IN NUMBERS

Rust peaked at 204,000 players on Steam, which is impressive considering his previous numbers.

The popularity of this game on Steam was complemented by its increase in viewers on Twitch, the databases that track these numbers indicated that it reached a maximum of 1.2 million viewers on this streaming platform, at least during the last week.

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