xQc claims “tryhards” are already killing OfflineTV’s new Rust server

Dexerto says “While the original Rust craze saw the world’s biggest streamers jumping into the OfflineTV server for weeks on end, its July return hasn’t quite matched the initial fanfare. With major changes to the server, many expressed their concern before even jumping back in.

Now just days into its return and big names are already departing. Sodapoppin left after one session and xQc could be the next to follow. After briefly swapping over to the Rust server amidst a July 7 Twitch stream, it was only a matter of minutes before the Canadian star jumped back to GTA Online instead.”

For the most part, it is professional players and all the Rust “tryhards” on the revived server that are ruining all the fun, according to xQc.


With many changes to the Flow of the PVP in OfflineTV’s Rust Server, many players are no longer going to chat in groups. Streamers aren’t joining in various Discord channels to plan out their hijinks, but instead relying solely on text chat.

Due to this new shift, xQc quickly exited out of the server during his most recent session. “Rust pro/tryhard stacking, never raiding, barely interacting in comms,” he listed as reasons why the Rust return just isn’t the same.

“[Not gonna lie], everything [is] a little uninteresting,” he claimed, before adding “good luck”as he was leaving the server.

“Can I be honest chat? I don’t mean to be negative… I might just log into Rust when the others are on and they’re ready to raid so we can talk. It’s just silent and I’m kind of on my own, it’s just not the same. We’re just kind of doing nothing.”

XqC Rust server gameplay
Twitch: Mendo

Parting ways with his team memebers on the day, fellow Twitch streamer and former Overwatch League pro Mendo assured his comments were nothing at all personal. “He’s not talking specifically about you guys,” Mendo told his allies. “He’s talking about the entire server.


“I get why xQc is frustrated too, because the server is meant to be something it’s not. The server is not meant for Rust pros to just run over everyone.”


So while xQc hasn’t fully and entirely closed the door on this chapter of the Rust server, fans might see less and less of him moving forward. 


Rather than the lonesome Rust experience, he’s been putting more hours into GTA RP’s No Pixel with his Pierre Paul character recently unbanned. 

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