How to Build and remove walls, floors and ceilings in Rust

 Building your base is a central element in the survival game Rust . As is well known, a base consists largely of walls, floors and a roof. But as simple as this principle is, there are a few pitfalls in Rust. In our guide we show you how to place walls and how to remove them again.

How to Build and remove walls, floors and ceilings in Rust

Protection is the be all and end all in the struggle for survival. In Rust you should get to work quickly to build your base. It houses your valuables and at best prevents other players from stealing your belongings. But such a base cannot just be built out of the ground. You should have a rough plan of what your base should look like. If you have this in mind, it is time to pull up the walls, place floors and decorate everything with a ceiling.

Place walls, floors and ceilings

To place walls, you first need a foundation. So place a floor. Only now can you pull up walls by selecting Walls in the Build menu and looking at the edge of a floor. If you want to build a second floor, you first have to build a wall and look at the upper corner of the wall with a piece of floor.

To place walls on an uneven surface, you have to use a little trickery. First, place a floor on a flat surface in front of the bump. Now build a staircase over the uneven surface until you can place a flat floor again. Now destroy the stairs and then place a straight floor in the same place. Now you can place the walls so that there are no gaps between the floors. The individual elements can only be upgraded after they have been placed.

Remove walls, floors and ceilings

Interact with walls, floors, and other placeable items with a hammer to remove them. However, this path only works around ten minutes after construction . If the time is up, you only have the option of explosive weapons. So you have to blast unwanted walls out of the way to make room for something new. Do yourself a favor and plan your base a few minutes in advance so as to waste as few resources as possible.

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