Things will change quite a bit on Monday’s up date, or when the update comes out. If you want to see things like roads, new building monuments, beautiful topography (land) changes, the changes in durability, reloading, and any other creamy new goodness, you should change your client to the development branch. It is easy, doesn’t cause any issues when changing back to the beta branch. There are many guides, but here are the steps:
1. Open your Steam library, scroll down to Rust. 2. Right click Rust, choose "Properties". 3. Click the "Betas" tab. 4. Use the pull down menu at the top and select "development-The latest updates..." 5. Hit close.
After an update of anywhere between 100mb to 350mb (depending on changes) you will be ready to join the development servers. Launch Rust as usual. There are fewer servers, but the players are, for the most part, nicer, more helpful, and less inclined to troll. We are here to try out new features after all!
When you are done playing development and have seen all the tasty new Rust goodness, simply do steps 1 through 3 again. This time, in step 4, choose “None-Opt Out…”. Close again, then after another update, you are back to raiding on the beta servers.
Here is some of what you are missing: (Click each image for a 1080p version)