Rust Research Table
To equip a Research Table, you must gather seventy-five scrap and two hundred metal fragments. After gathering these materials, you can equip the table and place it anywhere in your lair. This tool is considered a basic one in the game. You can equip it with various materials for a variety of purposes.
Branched tech tree
The Branched Tech Tree for Rust is one of the new features in the game, which will let you craft any craftable item in the game. Before, players had to learn the item and use it to research it, but with the new tech tree, players can craft everything right from their workbench. This change will open up more content for players and make more Scrap earning strategies viable. This new tech tree is particularly useful for crafting T3 blueprints.
The new tech tree is already in the test stage, and will replace the outdated blueprint system in the next update. The tech tree was initially introduced in a devlog and in a test stage update, but there was much confusion in the community. To make things clearer, the tech tree will now be separated by type.
Each level of the tech tree will allow the player to access new resources, which they can spend to build new units and buildings. These resources can be accessed through the global item pool, and are available to players when they have met the required requirements.
The Jackhammer has been updated to give players a better feel for its handling. The noise it makes when hitting nodes has been adjusted so that it matches the direction it’s being swung at. The tree-spray sound effect has also been adjusted. And most of the 3rd person and 1st person sounds have been remastered for better quality.
Repairing your jackhammer isn’t as easy as you may think. You need resources to do it. To get a higher-quality metal to repair the jackhammer, you must gather at least thirty metal frags. The repair costs one high-quality metal and 30 metal frags, or about 20% of your overall durability.
The Jackhammer is one of the fastest tools for mining in the game. Using it as a melee weapon, it deals 15 damage per hit, and doesn’t need fuel. This makes it one of the fastest ways to collect ores naturally. Jackhammer is also more efficient than any other tool, allowing you to collect ores without having to hit prime spots. In addition to that, you don’t need to worry about Sweet Spot when harvesting with the Jackhammer. You can find them in Tool Boxes and purchase them for 150 scrap.
Rust has just added a new tech tree – the Workbench for Rust – which allows players to craft all items in Rust. Before the new tech tree, players had to use a Research Table to learn each item, but now, they can simply use the workbench to craft any item. This will open up a lot of content for players and make scrap-earning strategies much easier. In particular, this will make the T3 blueprints more accessible.
Rust’s Workbench for Rust is made up of three levels. Each level consists of a different section of the overall Rust tech tree. The lower level workbench is for random research, which often results in the wrong blueprints. The higher levels are reserved for crafting specific items.
Using the Workbench for Rust allows you to conduct experiments on various items. You can place an item in the top slot and a blueprint will drop on the other. When the research is complete, the item in the lower slot will be destroyed.