Home » PC Tech & Gaming News » Ripout Release Date, Trailer and what we know so far

Ripout Release Date, Trailer and what we know so far

In space, no one can hear 40 worms forming into a giant worm-monster.

Updated: Jan 25, 2022 7:05 pm
ripout feature image

Ripout is an upcoming co-op horror shooter that tasks you and a group of other players with surviving a space station overrun by fleshy monstrosities. The only way to survive is to communicate with other players as the monsters gang up to take you down. The game is releasing this year on PC, and you can wishlist it on Steam right now.

ripout screnshot

The game was originally revealed back in August of 2021 and seems to be focusing on a weird combination of both body horror and sci-fi. Basically, it’s both techy, and gross.

Ripout Release Date

While we heard about Ripout earlier this year, the only release date given at the time was for the whole of 2022, which is a bit of a bummer. Luckily, we have since then had a little bit more confirmation from the team behind the game. Now we know that it’s coming during early 2022, but that’s still a pretty vague launch window.

We also know that there’s going to be an alpha at some point during the first part of the year with any luck, as the developers clarified this on the game’s official Twitter page. With the alpha plan taken into account, it seems likely that the game won’t release until closer to the end of Q1 2022 at the very earliest.

Ripout Trailer

If you can’t even wait for the alpha for your fix of freaky alien gore then you can check out the game’s trailer below. There was also another teaser released way back in March 2021, but this is a much more in-depth look at what the gameplay is going to actually be like.

WePC is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

Trusted Source

WePC’s mission is to be the most trusted site in tech. Our editorial content is 100% independent and we put every product we review through a rigorous testing process before telling you exactly what we think. We won’t recommend anything we wouldn’t use ourselves. Read more