A fire in Rust's data offices causes loss of data stored on servers


A fire in Rust's data offices causes loss of data stored on servers

Many Rust players will lose their save data as a result of a fire at the affected European divisions' headquarters and servers.

Rust is one of the most popular PC games of the moment , and has millions of servers around the world, such as the renowned Egoland by El Rubius and Auronplay , among others. However, a fire has caused the massive loss of game save data ...

This has been communicated by the official Rust account on Twitter, reporting a fire that has affected the central offices of the game . This goes further, and it is confirmed that there are more than 25 servers in the European Union that have lost all the saved data. 

The fire has broken out in the offices of Strasbourg, France , and its creators claim that the data center has lost numerous saves from servers in Europe. Not only that, but the fire has spread to the neighboring offices , although fortunately no one was injured.

As a result, there are 25 European Rust servers offline , which means that many survival title players have lost their save data. The causes of the fire are unknown, and unfortunately it is confirmed that the data will not be recoverable. 

'' We have confirmed a total loss of European servers,  affected during the OVH data center fire. Unfortunately, the fire destroyed the SBG-2 building. We expect major data loss on the affected servers. We will share more news when we can, '' explained the official statement from Facepunch Studios, creators of Rust.

Currently, the study is evaluating what options they have in the face of this massive data loss, since there is no way to restore it and this will affect more than 25 European Rust servers . The information has been shared by other media and analyst Kevin Beaumont. 

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