All Rust hardware is perfected to achieve the best performance and latency, with each node powered by the latest Intel technology and high-speed ports.See Plans
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All of our servers are well equipped to ensure that the quality and performance you expect will be delivered at all times. We do not accept anything less than perfect when it comes to performance and reliability.
Work out exactly what you need and order the right plan for you. Don't worry though, you can always change it after buying a plan, whether that be upgrading or downgrading.
We'll email you the server details and how to change anything you need via cPanel. You can always manage your server through our cPanel and if you need it, our support team can help.
Once you've joined the server and everything is working you can start inviting your friends! You can easily set a server password so only your friends can join your game.
Servers are deployed instantly as soon as the plan is ordered. If you don't get an email within 30 minutes contact support.
Wombat Servers offers a control panel for our servers where you can view and manage your services.
Currently we offer datacentres in Australia & New Zealand. When signing up for a plan you can choose any of the locations we have on offer.
Our support team is available 24/7 no matter what issues you have. The fastest way to get help is live chat.
We use the latest Intel technology to power our servers to make sure our customers get the best experience possible.
Our team can fulfil any hardware specs you have, simply contact our support team who will help you through the process.
At Wombat Servers we offer some of the lowest prices in Australia & New Zealand. On top of that our unbeatable support is why our customers stick with us for long periods of time.
If there is a competitor based in Australia that offers pricing lower than ours then we will happily match it, just let our support team know.
The game was initially a clone of Day Z, is a popular mod for Arma 2, and has crafting elements similar to Minecraft. The one and only goal when you’re playing Rust is not to die. That’s it. But managing to do that is a lot more difficult than it sounds! Rust is a game that will force you to rely on your instincts and survive in a harsh open world environment that is specifically designed to make getting by and advancing super tough. With just a rock and a torch to begin with, you’ll soon learn how to gather resources and build alliances in this PvP setup all while collecting (or stealing) valuable items and trying your best not to be taken out, or pwnd. It’s a highly competitive and brutal space to operate in, but every time you advance, you'll be better equipped to survive. Whether this comes at the expense of others or not is your choice. You can play multi-player and create alliances to form a town, or you can kill other players just to survive.
The gaming industry may have shifted focus over the years from gaming arcades to server communities, but the core goal of gaming remains the same: to enjoy yourself with other people who like gaming just as much as you do.
Server communities have evolved over the last while to include both large competitive servers and friendly learn to play servers. So there is something for everyone, no matter how skilled you are or why you're playing Rust in the first place. Large competitive servers give pro and hardcore gamers the opportunity to flex their muscles in an unforgiving and ruthless virtual world where there are no guarantees. When you’re playing at this level, there’s no room for noob errors. If this kind of domain feels overwhelming and you're just starting out, you can choose to give yourself a bit of time to get to know the game by starting to play on a learn to play server. No judgement here.
As every gamer knows, there isn't enough to be said about high-quality server hosting. This is because any kind of lag can completely ruin a game for both you and anyone you're playing with. On the technical side, all of our hardware meets strict requirements for performance and latency, with nodes that are powered by high-speed ports and all of the latest Intel technology. To give you an indication of our broad capacity, we've built up a quality network of servers in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Europe. We also host servers in the US and Brazil. With this kind of global network, we have well-equipped server hosting capabilities and don't tolerate anything less than perfect, especially when it comes to reliability and performance.
Some players suggest that the best way to start playing Rust is just to jump into the deep end and learn as you go, but there’s no shame in starting out on a learn to play server and giving yourself the advantage of covering the basics. With a large and diverse player base all over the world, you'll definitely learn very quickly by playing through one of our servers and remember - you always have the option to upgrade or downgrade your server package at any time. All you need to do is just submit a ticket.