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Garry Newman, creator of Garry’s Mod and Rust, recently announced that he and his team are now in possession of an Xbox One dev kit and teased the possibility of Rust moving to next-gen consoles.

“Just got our Xbox One devkits cleverly disguised as Xbox Ones with a barcode on! Thanks,” he wrote. Following this Tweet, Newman suggested that he’s considering bringing Rust to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but due to their lack of an early access program it would take a while.

Over the weekend the team at Facepunch Studios deployed their anti-cheating system “CheatPunch” for Rust, which has so far managed to catch and ban over 4,000 players.

Rust is currently available to purchase via Steam’s Early Access program for $19.99 and recently broke the one million downloads mark.

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Facepunch on Rust PS4, Xbox One ports: ‘Anything we do is a while off’

By Matthew Bennett | 02/13/2014 06:42 AM PT

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Garry Newman, creator of Garry’s Mod and Rust, recently announced that he and his team are now in possession of an Xbox One dev kit and teased the possibility of Rust moving to next-gen consoles.

“Just got our Xbox One devkits cleverly disguised as Xbox Ones with a barcode on! Thanks,” he wrote. Following this Tweet, Newman suggested that he’s considering bringing Rust to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but due to their lack of an early access program it would take a while.

Over the weekend the team at Facepunch Studios deployed their anti-cheating system “CheatPunch” for Rust, which has so far managed to catch and ban over 4,000 players.

Rust is currently available to purchase via Steam’s Early Access program for $19.99 and recently broke the one million downloads mark.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89