3D Realms and Pet Project Games have released a brand new Ripout trailer. Titled "No Safe Place in Space", the trailer highlights some of the monstrosities you'll be facing if you dare to enter the world of Ripout, as well as the environmental hazards you'll be coming up against on a regular basis.
If you're not familiar with Ripout, it's a co-op sci-fi horror FPS that will have you and your friends exploring procedurally-generated derelict ships in order to strip them of loot. Unfortunately, these ships are also full of horrific mutants who would rather you didn't complete your task with all your limbs intact, and the new No Safe Place in Space trailer shows off some of those mutants in horrifying detail. You can check the trailer out here.
Some of the features the trailer highlights include platforming, which you'll need to do if you want to survive level hazards like collapsing scenery and retractable bridges, as well as decommissioned robots that you'll need to either destroy from afar or sneak around to circumvent.
You'll also be going up against Prey-style mimics, which can take the form of chairs or doors. Each time you encounter a chair or a door, it could be a mimic waiting to strike, so you'll have to exercise caution as you explore your environment. You never know when you're going to get blindsided by a mutant in disguise, just like in real life!
As well as mutants, you'll have to contend with turrets, which are programmed to murder you as soon as they lock sights on you, as well as ruptured steam pipes that scald you. If you manage to avoid all of these hazards, you might be lucky enough to find an Auxiliary Segment, a door that holds valuable loot for you and your squad to enjoy.
Ripout is scheduled to land sometime this year on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. In his preview, TechRaptor's William Worrall praised the game's "immersive, atmospheric" feel, but criticized its repetition and lack of variation between weapons. Let's hope that some of the features outlined above can combat a little of that repetition.