Coreupt for PC & Next-Gen Consoles Shows Winry in Action & New Art; It’ll Support Rollback Netcode

Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more gameplay and artwork of the upcoming fighting game, and revealed it'll support Rollback Netcode.
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Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more gameplay and artwork of the upcoming fighting game.

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The art showcases three of the game’s characters, Gatling, Destroy, and Winry.

Speaking of Winry, we see her in action in the new gameplay, showcasing her flashy moves against both Destroy and Gatling.

You can check everything out below.

Incidentally, Wright recently confirmed that the game will support Rollback Netcode.

At the moment, we don’t yet know much about Coreupt besides the fact that it’ll be free to play for PC and next-gen consoles. It’ll be published by Rogue Games. 

If you want to see more about this fighting game you can enjoy the latest gameplay trailer showcased at the Guerrilla Collective show and more gameplay from the presentation the prior week

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