Pick Literally ANY Key Lock (Not Clickbait) - Rust - Dublife EP 080 ~ Wipe day, first day of the wipe in march. Playing on Official Server Dallas 1. You can literally break into any base with a key lock on the door. You just need to place a lock on a door, create a key, remove the lock, then repeat until your inventory is full of keys. If it doesn't work the first try, keep making inventories of keys, eventually you will make an exact duplicate key and can get right in. I was able to get in about 6 bases in this video. I may have been able to get more but people kept taking my keys. This wipe I was more focused on breaking in people's homes than I was with getting guns or building a base.
The first base I creep up on, I see a guy trying to pick in, he gets in but Torg kills him with a spear. I then made an entire inventory of keys to try on the door and one of them worked! I decided to recruit torg to come with me breaking into other bases. We broke into so many bases in the course of the night that I ended up breaking into one of them twice. I was so burnt out from a day of drinking and vaping that I didn't even notice that I already had build privilege which sucks because I made 3-4 inventories worth of keys to get in there. :(
I may not be the best or most efficient Rust player there ever was, but I know how to have a good time. I always have fun when I play. And when it's not fun, I take a break. You will very rarely ever see me get salty while playing Rust.
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Rust is a survival video game in development by Facepunch Studios for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. Rust was originally released onto Steam's Early Access program on 11 December 2013. Similar to other games in the survival genre, the game tasks players to survive in the wilderness by crafting items using the materials they gather or steal. By the end of 2015, Rust had sold over 3 million copies on Steam.
Since the launch, it has added animals, hunting and the ability to craft armor and weapons. The game originally had zombies but replaced them with bears and wolves as computer controlled antagonists. As well as an over-powered helicopter for players to band together and take down.
Since its release, it has been met with mostly positive reviews. Reviewers praised the concept and gameplay, while noting that its unfinished state showed. As of the end of 2015, it has sold over 3 million copies and has a peak player base of nearly 60,000 players.