Coreupt for PC & Next-Gen Consoles Gets New Clips Showing Captain Vector and Sawn Off in Action

Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more videos of the upcoming next-gen free to play fighting game, focusing on two fighters.
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Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more videos of the upcoming next-gen fighting game.

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The two brief videos shared on Twitter showcase two of the game’s characters. The first is a teaser of Sawn Off (it could be his entrance), and the second is a work-in-progress look at Captain Vector’s entrance.

You can check both out below.

At the moment, we don’t yet know that 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. It doesn’t have a release window just yet besides “soon.”

On top of that, developer Jesse Wright recently confirmed that the game will support Rollback Netcode.

If you want to see more about this fighting game you can enjoy the latest trailer from Rogue Games, the gameplay trailer showcased at the Guerrilla Collective show, and more gameplay from the previous presentation. On top of that, we also saw Winry in action alongside more art, another look at Beretta and Revolvereven more assets, and the previous batch.

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