Upcoming Teardown DLC Content
Teardown is now coming to consoles on November 15th, 2023!— Teardown (@teardowngame) September 28, 2023
PREORDER NOW ON XBOX SERIES X|S AND WISHLIST ON PLAYSTATION 5.
Xbox Preorder: https://t.co/ZOHBFeAX0l
PlayStation Wishlist: https://t.co/P2CjtibNwR
Find awesome ways to create & destroy in Teardown this November! pic.twitter.com/UGbnSrRKIk
At launch, players who purchase the Deluxe or Ultimate Edition of Teardown will have access to the Time Campers DLC pack. This campaign expansion is set in the Wild West and includes a new storyline and old-timey weapons and gadgets to help you complete heists. Tuxedo Games calls this "a departure from the contemporary setting of Teardown's main campaign," but promises that the "elaborate bank robberies" will be a blast to play.
Next spring, players can expect a new expansion called Folkrace, which Tuxedo isn't giving many specifics on, but it seems to be heavily focused on racing and destruction. Over the next few months, we'll likely start to hear more about it and the other two expansion packs that are currently on the docket. Those two don't even have names yet but are currently slated to release at some point in 2024.
Seeing all of this content has to make Teardown players very happy. One of the reasons the PC version has been so popular is the robust modding scene. Since that can't be done as easily on consoles, knowing that Tuxedo Games is going to continue to support the game will surely help them rest easy. The description alongside the announcement says Tuxedo is bringing a selection of "Curated mods" to the console version. Hopefully, that list of mods is kept up to date with the most popular mods on the PC scene.
Teardown Console Pre-Orders
PlayStation players can wishlist Teardown starting today, and Teardown’s Standard Edition will be available to PlayStation®Plus Extra and Premium/Deluxe subscribers at release.— Teardown (@teardowngame) September 28, 2023
PlayStation Wishlist: https://t.co/7rKhMTe2mv pic.twitter.com/qYFiBs7TUM
As mentioned above, there will be several different editions of Teardown for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The Standard Edition will cost $29.99 and include the base game. This will also be the edition that PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers get. Meanwhile, the Deluxe Edition costs $39.99 and includes the base game alongside the first two DLC packs Time Campers and Folkrace.
Finally, the Ultimate Edition will run you $49.99 and has everything the Deluxe Edition has, but will also include those two unnamed DLC packs coming in 2024. Plus, you'll pick up a Quilez R0113R Robot. Obviously, we don't know what those other two packs will be, so it's impossible to wholeheartedly recommend it, but it seems like you'll be getting your money's worth if you do decide to pick up the Ultimate Edition.
Teardown is available now on PC and comes to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on November 15.
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