Facepunch Studios, Developer RustHe confirmed that Prof. Large amount of data The survival game has disappeared Lost in fire That affected European servers that were located in a data center Strasbourg. We’re talking about the same fire that forced us in Multiplayer to stay offline for several hours today (March 10, 2021).
The confirmation came via Prof. Tweet from Rust’s official account. “25 of our European servers are offline due to a fire at the OVHCloud Datacenter that occurred in the early hours of the day. Unfortunately, the fire destroyed the SBG-2 building. We expect a significant loss of data in the damaged servers.” This was the first contact from the developers.
Then, the Rust team released an update that you can see below: “We can confirm A complete loss of European servers affected by the fire From the OVH data center. We are exploring options to replace affected servers. The data cannot be recovered. “As you can read, there is no way to recover what was lost.
Unfortunately, there is no solution to the situation for Rust players. But the important thing is that there were no casualties during the fire.
Finally, we point out that Rust on PS4 and Xbox One has a release period. Additionally, there’s a possibility that some cross-play feature might be available, at least according to a video showing a beta version of the console game.
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