‘Teardown’ will release its part 2 update for free

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tear downAn Early Access destructible sandbox game from Tuxedo Labs will receive its Part 2 update for free on December 2.

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Tuxedo Labs’ Dennis Gustafsson released a trailer today (November 24), showing off the long teased Part 2 update of the voxelated destruction simulator. tear down. He tweeted last month that the new update would effectively be “the second half of the game”, but did not give a release date.

In the tweets he showed off the new “toy” for players to use rocket boosters and to send various objects flying through the map. When asked about the giant spiders seen in the tech demo in the thread, he clarified that these will also come in the update.


The latest trailer shows a new area covered in snow with walking robots, large cranes and lasers that can be guided by players using various prisms and mirrors. These objects can also be attached, such as lifting robots with cranes, and robots also appear to release flames. The tornado will also pick up objects and the player and throw them around the map.

Another new area is shown that shows a lush desert island. The trailer also showcases a large range of sniper rifle-like guns that can shoot robots from a long range. The rocket boosters seen last month are absent from this latest trailer as are the spiders above, so we’ll have to see when the update arrives next week.

In other news, Steam’s autumn sale started today (November 24) and games are getting up to 80 percent off including some recent releases such as exo one receiving a small discount, while receiving critically acclaimed titles such as Disco Elysium: Final Cut and big AAA titles like cyberpunk 2077 A respectable cut was seen at half off.

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