Coreupt for PC & Next-Gen Consoles Shows Beretta in Action & Revolver First Look

Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more gameplay and character artwork of the upcoming fighting game including Beretta and Revolver.
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Coreupt creator Jesse Wright shared more gameplay and character artwork of the upcoming fighting game.

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First of all, we get to see gameplay of one of the game’s fighters, Beretta. 

Secondly, more images showcase a first look at another character, Revolver. Yes, if you’re wondering the naming definitely seem to follow a pattern. 

You can check them all out in Wright’s tweets below.

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. 

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

If you want to see more about this fighting game you can enjoy the gameplay trailer showcased at the Guerrilla Collective show and more gameplay from the presentation the prior week. On top of that, we also saw Winry in action alongside more art.

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