Teardown is An Indie Title That Seemingly Let's You Demolish Anything

Take on heist-like levels while manipulating the world around you in Teardown from developer Tuxedo Labs.

By Cameron Hawkins

August 27, 2020

During today’s Gamescom Opening Night Live event, Geoff Keighley showed off an upcoming indie title known as TeardownTeardown is built in a custom-made engine from developer Tuxedo Labs where players will be able to destroy any object or structure in their path.

Teardown is a level-based game where players are tasked with specific objectives to complete. You get to use the environment around you picking up different objects and control vehicles giving you countless different approaches to real your goal.

The developing team has previously released a much more in-depth look at the game in the past, so this new trailer only gives you a small taste of what you can expect. Teardown currently has a launch window of 2020 coming only to PC as of right now. For more details on the game, you can check out its official site which has a nice FAQ for those highly anticipating its release. For those wanting to keep up on the development of Teardown, be sure to follow the creators Dennis Gustafsson and Resident Emil over on Twitter.

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Cameron Hawkins

Cameron Hawkins is a Staff Writer at Dualshockers. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an Emphasis in News at the University of Nevada, Reno. He has played Video Games as long as he can remember. Some of his favorite games series include; Kingdom Hearts, Mass Effect, and Final Fantasy.

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