What is Corrosion Hour?

Corrosion Hour is a RUST gaming community. Our core mission is to provide useful resources for all of the RUST Experimental community. We provide articles, guides, base designs, community resources, and general hints and tips that help RUST players and server admins navigate and survive in the world of RUST. We do our best to provide as accurate and helpful information as we can, but RUST is still in active development and things change frequently, so if you spot any information that is outdated or identify a topic that would be helpful for others, please let us know so that we can correct or add to our coverage.

In addition, we also run multiple high-performance Vanilla RUST game servers. Monitored by administrators and bots 24/7, we welcome new and experienced players alike. Each month we host special events, raffles, contests, and giveaways.

We also offer an advertising program, especially useful to server admins, content creators, and streamers interested in growing their communities.

Our History

Corrosion Hour was established in May of 2016. We were formed by a group of RUST players that grew tired of rampant admin abuse and high levels of toxicity on the servers we were playing on. So we did something about it and formed our own community of RUST players that respect one another to provide the best gaming experience possible.

We aim to provide a unique experience tailored for players seeking a toxic-free and permanent server solution. To this end, we’ve focused on attracting more like-minded RUST players into our community. Our No Decay server has been a mainstay of our community and provides players a familiar meta that they can comfortably come back to months later after taking a break from the game or trying out other server types.

Connect with Us

Connect with us on our Discord Server or follow us on Twitter to connect with other RUST players, server owners and creators, ask questions, share feedback, find updates on our server’s status, or get in touch with the admins to ask questions. If you’d prefer an email inquiry, use our handy contact form to get in touch with us!