Today we are going to show you how to get Rust Twitch drops. Every gamer loves free stuff! If you love playing Rust with your friends, get excited because there are some new season skins you can get for free!
What are Twitch Drops?
When streamers play your game on Twitch, you can use Twitch Drops to distribute in-game goodies to their followers. Twitch Drops connects the Twitch community with your game, allowing you to acquire new players or re-activate your current player base.
Twitch Drops allows you to get a head start on your advertising quickly and simply, thanks to an integrated Rules Engine and Entitlements Service. The drops rules engine monitors viewer watch activity and only distributes rewards based on the timeline you define. You determine how long watchers must view the game on participating channels, and Twitch will handle tracking their progress for time-based Drops.
Once a criterion has been satisfied by the user, or the streamer’s objectives completed, viewers will be able to collect Drops coins and create entitlement. The Twitch Entitlements Service offers a simple interface for you to retrieve all users that earned rewards as a result of your campaigns. Now let’s learn how to get Rust Twitch Drops!
How to get Rust Twitch Drops?
Players may earn rewards on Rust via Twitch Drops, but the procedure is identical. Follow the instructions below to get started:
- Connect your Twitch account to your Steam account and get ready to earn Twitch Drops. Remember that if one of your accounts is linked to another, you must unlink them before proceeding.
- First, you need to sign in with Twitch or Steam.
- You need to have Rust in your Steam library.
- Next, sign with your other account.
- After you’ve verified that your accounts are linked, go to the stream and have a look at the Chat area.
- You should receive a Twitch Drops notification that reads, “Get in-game loot by watching the stream.”
- If you win a drop, you will be prompted with a “Claim” button on the screen.
- Click on it.
- You’ll want to pay attention to Rust streams with the Drops Enabled tag because they’re the only ones that will give you drops.
- Check your Twitch drops inventory page on a daily basis in order to not miss any rewards.
- After you’ve claimed an item, it will show up in your inventory on Steam after anywhere from 10 minutes to hours depending on the game.
How to claim Rust Twitch Drops without watching?
If you don’t have time to watch streams, there are a few Twitch Drop auto claim add-ons that will perform the task for you. But we won’t recommend one for security reasons.
In May, there are 9 new Rust Twitch Drops to collect, which you may dust off throughout the next few days by simply watching. Because 7 of the 9 drops aren’t streamer drops, you don’t have to watch a streamer directly. So you can watch and hope for rewards wherever the drops are active. Streamers often include “!Drops” or “ActiveDrops” into their stream title.
General drops (in all streams)
- Hammer – Camomo
- Rocket Launcher – Lucroan
- Large wooden box – Monny-ssima
- Crossbow – 12robg
- Garage door – 03Alexia03
- Assault Rifle – IsVolcano
- Garage door – Tore1005
Streamer specific drops
When does it start?
The final round of the Rust Twitch Drops begins on May 5th (21:00 CET) and lasts a few days. This time, it’s all about the Twitch Rivals, for which you may download the newest group of Twitch Drops skins.
Remember that if a streamer hasn’t activated drops, you will not receive any Rust Twitch Drops even after 20 hours. The majority of streamers who have activated those items during a drop event often write this in their stream title!
By the way you can also learn how to get access to the Overwatch 2 beta with Twitch drops or how to link Battle.net to your Twitch account by visiting our easy guides!