Rust Underwater Lab Guide - What Is It And How To Use
Facepunch Studios has released a new update for Rust PC focusing on the underwater world with submarines, spearguns, underwater labs, and much more.
The update titled “Going Deep” is mostly about the aquatic biome and things like fishing, and submarines. But if you are wondering what the underwater labs are for then you should keep reading.
Before we move ahead, do check out the complete details of the new update with the complete patch notes that are given below:
- MORE: Rust Going Deep Update Today (August 5, 2021) – Patch Notes, Underwater Labs, Fishing, Submarines
Procedural Underwater Lab In Rust – Explained
With the latest update, you will find fully procedural dungeons that are present on the ocean floor. These are nothing but underwater labs that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Right now, they come with two entry points.
Players can enter an underwater lab through a ‘moonpool’ in which they can re-surface with a submarine. Once you reach that point be prepared to solve the various puzzles that lie ahead.
The underwater labs in Rust have a wide network of CCTV cameras. These cameras can be used to plan your underwater expeditions in advance. The new and improved player map will also let you see the layout of the base for each floor of the lab.
Apart from that, you can find microphones in some rooms of the underwater lab. Using them, you can broadcast your commands into the entire base’s network. One can also find ammo crates and loot lying around the underwater lab in Rust.
Those players who like to take risks can visit the occasional mess hall room to play some high-stakes poker. Apart from that you can also listen to music with your group and cook some meat in the hall area to relax between the fights with the NPCs that are dwelling in the corridors.
And that’s it; this is all you needed to know about the procedural labs. As you progress and explore the lab, you’d be able to utilise the base properly.