Dennis Gustafsson has shared some new gameplay videos for his upcoming fully destructible voxel game, Teardown. These videos showcase the game’s driveable vehicles, as well as its water and weather effects.
Teardown will features a fully destructible and truly interactive environment where player freedom and emergent gameplay are the driving mechanics. In this game, players can plan the perfect heist using creative problem solving, brute force and everything around them.
Players are able to tear down walls with vehicles or explosives to create shortcuts. Players can also stack objects to reach higher, and use the environment to their advantage in the most creative way they can think of.
Unfortunately, though, these latest gameplay videos are only available on Twitter. Still, the game looks bloody amazing so be sure to watch them!
The vehicle camera in this game is such a pain because of the crowded, dynamic environments. It's almost impossible to determine a safe camera distance, so I'm thinking about using a fixed distance, soft-clip geometry in front of it and use an outline. Too strange? pic.twitter.com/mmUP1gs6J3
— Dennis Gustafsson (@tuxedolabs) January 16, 2020
I've been knee-deep in noise functions today as I rewrote the water shader. Even though the waves are quite large, the whole surface is rendered as a single quad by discarding fragments based on depth to create a non-straight intersection with ground. Kind of hacky but works pic.twitter.com/te2rV3euii
— Dennis Gustafsson (@tuxedolabs) January 23, 2020
Added dynamic weather. Probably a challenge for twitter video compression, but here's rain with wet ground and puddles. pic.twitter.com/bA1UJ45gOH
— Dennis Gustafsson (@tuxedolabs) January 27, 2020
Added a bunch of new vehicles. There are now 24 different types of vehicles. The big forklift comes in really handy sometimes! pic.twitter.com/AzjQSiABpP
— Dennis Gustafsson (@tuxedolabs) February 7, 2020