How to get a skin

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You can see the whole list of skins "here".

You can easily explore the skins by authors by clicking the this page.

There are 3 ways to get the skin:

  1. Play! The more you play, the higher the chance of any skin`s drop. If you just run the client, connect to the server and leave, you will not get any skin! Skins are sent for the activity in the game!
  2. The skins can be bought in in-game store right in the game or in the Rust community center in Steam.
  3. Skins can be purchased in the marketplace Steam, from the other players. Usually it is cheaper than in the store, but not always. All products in the list are the same. But, unfortunately, you can`t see the lists of buyers and sellers. However, making an offer to purchase a certain subject, Steam Market itself will pick up and offer you a suitable seller or buyer.

Usually, the skins in the Steam trading platform is much cheaper than in in-game store, but there are skins that are sold there for a more expensive price, than in the official store!

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