The glorious wall-demolishing heist sim Teardown at the moment launched a free replace including a brand new mini-campaign starring the unique character’s daughter. Across 5 new missions, she’s out to get revenge on an artist by raiding a contemporary artwork museum in a scenic seaside village. New crimes, new crimetools, and a brand new crimeplace? I assumed I had retired however you bought me: I’m in.
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In “Art Vandals,” gamers tackle the function of Freya Woo – the daughter of Gordon Woo, who options within the authentic Teardown marketing campaign. You’ll go to the picturesque fishing city of Tilläggaryd and its fashionable artwork museum with new missions centered on getting revenge in opposition to artist Kerstin Stråbäck. Steal her awards, escape along with her artwork and destroy what you might want to, all whereas utilizing highly effective new instruments just like the Paperboy Gun and Jackhammer.
All I do know is that from having paid a fast go to to Tilläggaryd myself, oh, I will likely be sorry to destroy it. You can discover Art Vandals within the expansions menu after downloading at the moment’s replace, although do be warned is beneficial for skilled criminals.
Teardown is an effective’un, a heist game that is all about organising the proper crime by utilizing instruments, autos, and dynamic destruction to carve a route via the extent and hit your aims as quick as attainable. The destruction tech is lifeless spectacular, positive, however Teardown is a type of uncommon games which turned spectacular tech demo GIFs on Twitter into one thing that is genuinely nice enjoyable.
We referred to as Teardown one in every of our favorite games of 2020, again when it had solely just lately entered early entry. It launched in full earlier this yr, having completed the story marketing campaign and added fanciness together with a stage editor and mod help. The devs say this new mini-campaign “was created as a mod to assist introduce gamers to Teardown’s highly effective modding techniques” and to encourage people to begin making extra. Plus we get to get pleasure from new crimes.