RIPOUT Unleashes Monstrous Update with 25% Discount: New Enemies, Weapons, and Missions Await


Pet Project Games and 3D Realms are set to launch the most significant update yet for their sci-fi co-op horror FPS, RIPOUT, along with an enticing 25% discount. The Monstrous update, available today, introduces a slew of thrilling additions, including a new enemy, mission type, sidearm, enhancement pet buffs, performance enhancements, animations, bug fixes, and more.

One of the standout features of the update is the introduction of the formidable Bulwark enemy. This enforcer shields itself while advancing toward players, making it impervious to damage until it initiates its minigun attack. Players must strategize and wait for the opportune moment to strike. To aid in this endeavor, the new Buckshot sidearm offers a close-range option with scaling damage based on proximity, adding an exhilarating risk-reward element to the gameplay.

Check out the new Monstrous Update in action in the trailer below:

Additionally, players will face a fresh challenge with the introduction of Recycler missions. Tasked with clearing bio canisters destined for the recycle bin, players must act swiftly to prevent an explosive outcome. Fail to dispose of enough canisters, and the mission will end in failure, adding a new layer of intensity to the gameplay experience.

RIPOUT thrusts players into a co-op horror shooter scenario where they wield a living Pet Gun and navigate through abandoned spaceships infested with mutants. These genetically modified adversaries evolve and adapt by assimilating smaller mutants, keeping players on their toes as they uncover the mysteries behind humanity’s fate and the elusive Sanctuary.

Players are invited to join the RIPOUT community on Discord, while also taking advantage of the 25% discount available upon release. With its immersive gameplay, gripping storyline, and adrenaline-pumping action, RIPOUT promises to deliver an unforgettable gaming experience for fans of co-op horror FPS titles.

Additional improvements made in the new RIPOUT Monstrous update include:

  • Optimization of the current systems and features
  • Sound improvements
  • New weapon fire animations
  • New enhancement pet buffs – Ammo feed and Module Scrap
  • New destructible station terminal


Major Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a crash for the Client when joining the session while the Host was using a Pet scan
  • Fixed an issue with enemies going into an infinite loop and not being able to attack the player
  • Fixed an issue where players who join ongoing sessions are not able to use the escape menu
  • Fixed an issue where a Heavy enemy corpse will sometimes deal damage to the player if the player is close to it
  • Fixed an issue with the loading screen appearing for the second time after players are already in the Hubship
  • Expanded the pool of what is included in the tech and bio scan
  • Fixed an issue with Soldiers getting unaggroed

Minor Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with enemies that get hacked in the middle of a charge attack and stop attacking enemies
  • Fixed an issue with critters not jumping from some edges
  • Fixed an issue with a Soldier spawning close to the barrel and making his movement unnatural and stiff
  • Fixed an issue with bio and tech scan duration
  • Fixed an issue with Swarmers that are colliding with the terrain
  • Fixed an issue with Swarmers targeting player
  • Fixed an issue with the Zombie attack sound being played on the player

Prepare to embark on a thrilling journey into the unknown, as RIPOUT’s Monstrous update pushes the boundaries of sci-fi horror gaming. Wishlist now on Steam and gear up to confront the horrors that await in the depths of space.

What do you think of the new Monstrous Update released for RIPOUT? Will you be jumping back into the game to check it out? Let us know in the comments section below.

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