Use your Pet Gun to rip alien mutants apart in Ripout an upcoming co-op horror FPS

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The official trailer is out for Ripout, a co-op horror first-person shooter featuring a living Pet Gun, reconfigurable monsters, and procedurally generated missions.

Pet Project Games is excited to announce the official trailer for highly anticipated horror co-op FPS Ripout, launching on PC (on Steam and Epic Games Store) in 2022. Powered by Unreal Engine, Ripout explores humanity’s fight for survival thousands of miles away from Earth in the not-so-distant future.

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Ripout is an upcoming online co-op horror FPS with elements of sci-fi. The game features procedurally generated missions with scaling difficulty, a living Pet Gun that accompanies the player and engages in combat against alien mutants, weapon and player customization, and much more. All of this is available against the backdrop of spaceships that are home to some of the most dangerous creatures. Players need to fight their way through these spaceships, undertake missions, and try to be one step ahead of humanity’s number one enemy.

Ripout provides a great co-op experience where team play comes first. Fearless and gifted players and their friends are needed to stop cosmic horrors from taking over the world and infecting all living forms.

“We’re proud to be releasing the first official trailer for Ripout that gives a glimpse into the world we have imagined together as a team,” said Goran Rajsic, Creative Director at Pet Project Games. “After a successful teaser, we’re giving you this official trailer that continues where the teaser stopped, revealing more about the unique features you see in the game. We wanted to reveal more about the Pet Gun and enemies, showcase new monsters and their ability to combine together.”

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The game is set to be released in 2022, but players can already add Ripout to their wishlist on Steam. Pet Project Games has more exciting news and reveals to be released in the future, and players can follow the game’s website.

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