Teardown, the award-winning heist sandbox experience, has launched for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, along with the new Wild West-themed Time Campers DLC for both consoles and PC.

Tuxedo Labs and Saber Interactive’s Teardown offers a fully destructible voxel world, with player freedom and creative thinking at the forefront of a range of gameplay modes. The brand-new launch trailer below is narrated by the gentle vocal tones of Owen Wilson, and reminds us that sometimes the best way to wind down is to smash things up.

Players on consoles and PC can choose from three editions of Teardown:

  • Standard Edition: Get the full Teardown base game for £24.99/€29.99. (Also available to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium|Deluxe subscribers as one of November’s additions to the Game Catalog).
  • Deluxe Edition: Get the base game and the first two premium DLCs – “Time Campers” and the upcoming “Folkrace” – for £33.49/€39.99.
  • Ultimate Edition: Get the base game, the Season Pass featuring four premium DLCs, and every demolitioner’s best friend, the Quilez R0113R Robot, all for £41.74/ €49.99.

Beyond the full story campaign, Teardown on consoles features a wealth of additional content, including: Sandbox Mode, where you can freely explore and experiment without limits; Creative Mode, where you can easily build your own voxel creations; special challenges; console-friendly UI; and Mod Pack #1, a curated collection of the PC community’s best mods, which is available as a free download now. Players can also feel the sensation of haptic feedback and adaptive triggers with the DualSense wireless controller on PS5 consoles.

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