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Rust (Remastered)

(3 customer reviews)

Rust Remastered for ModernWarfare with all the same jumps and hiding spots


Sold By: CollapsedOrange


Prefab Count: 2315

As close to the ModernWarfare version as possible using rust assets.

Works great for 1v1, Small teams, Gungame, One in the Chamber or Free For All


  • Rust Arena

3 reviews for Rust (Remastered)

  1. jordanireland0307 (verified owner)

    Made by one of the best arena developers in rust. The lighting is amazing, one of the best lighting i have seen on any design. Design is crisp clean compared to the actual map and really good to have on my PvP server. Would recommend to anybody that is interested. 🙂

  2. Merric Gaming (verified owner)

    Superb arena and done to such a high standard perfect in size. Well worth the money!

  3. Aislinn Hayes (verified owner)

    great prefab designer and also a nice person.

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Version V1.04
  • 3 weeks ago Updated Replaced missing barricades
Version V1.03
  • 4 months ago Updated Swap grass for arid grass
  • 4 months ago Fixed rocks (no gaps)
  • 4 months ago Updated Swapped concrete floor
  • 4 months ago Updated Swapped colliders for movement volumes
  • 4 months ago Added for 05/08 force wipe
Version 1.01
  • 7 months ago Updated Updated to HDRP

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How do I host this .zip/.7z file I just purchased on my server?

• First, you want to unzip the file. You can do so by just double-clicking it to open, then drag the contents to the desired location (you may need to install an external unzipping software if you don’t already have one)
• Next you will find either a structure of folders or just the .prefab files (it’s the important ones).
• You can then open your map via Rustedit (How to install Rustedit)
• Then install those .prefab files into your …/rustedit/CustomPrefabs folder
• Launch Rustedit and open your map and within the ‘Prefabs’ list you should see the new prefab/monument you downloaded once you search its name

Additionally, here’s a great video that easily covers adding monuments/prefabs to maps of your own!

• Installation is not included with any products on the site, however, if needed we may assist if you reach out to our support.