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News video games 02 July 2021, 13:23

Rust's New DLC Goes Full 80s Disco

Sandbox survival game Rust received a new DLC called Voice Props, which adds to the game a lot of elements that bring 80s disco vibe to the game.

  1. Along with the latest update for Rust studio Facepunch has prepared a DLC titled Voice Props, which takes players into the 80s;
  2. The expansion contains many items from the era: cassette players, boomboxes, and numerous disco gadgets.

A new DLC has arrived to the world of Rust - Voice PropsThe expansion gives us the opportunity to equip ourselves with items associated with crazy discos of the era of cassette players and boomboxes.

Noteworthy among the many items included in Voice Props are all kinds of sound players, such as the aforementioned cassette players and stationary or portable boomboxes, which enable us to play music or listen to Internet radio. Among the gadgets there are also megaphones and microphones, used to modulate our voice on the voice chat.

Among the gadgets presented to Facepunch there is also an old-fashioned mobile phone (so called "brick"), thanks to which we will be able to communicate with other owners of mobile phones and landlines. The devs also added the ability to listen to messages left on voicemail.

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Where there's disco ball, there's party! Source: Facepunch

It would be impossible to talk about the 80s without disco, so Voice Props will add gadgets thanks to which we will be able to have a dance party. There will be a disco ball with lasers, as well as a special dance floor, where we can test out new dance moves.

You can see the full list of changes and newly added items and features on the game's page on Steam.

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