Voxel-based heist game Teardown has now launched in Steam Early Access, boasting technology that encourages creatively stealing things. Creative is a word that also describes the game's community, which didn't take long to follow up with the first set of mods.
Whether you're making vehicle-shaped holes into buildings and feeling the pressure of campaign mode or just having fun in other modes, our list of the best Teardown mods is sure to have something for you.
The first set of Teardown mods focuses on adding new item models into the game and removing the need to worry about running out of ammo.
The Best Teardown Mods
We expect more Teardown mods to be released as people get familiar with how the game works over the coming weeks and months.
That's why it's a good idea to come back regularly, as we'll keep updating our list of the best Teardown mods with new additions as we spot them.
WWII German Weapons Mod
Teardown's WWII German Weapons mod replaces the game's default weapon models with others resembling the Flammenwerfer 35, Mauser Kar98K or Panzerschreck RPzB 54. If you want to add some World War II flair to your heists, this is a pretty good pick to start with. Find it on Nexus Mods.
Unlock Weapons and Free Weapon Upgrades
This mod gives you access to all of Teardown's weapons right from the very start of the game while also making upgrades for them available at no cost. There's also an option to just get the weapons for free, if traditionally upgrading them suits your fancy. Grab it from Nexus Mods.
Teardown's Throwable Moons mod does what it says on the tin. Instead of small pipe bombs, you get to demolish your surrounding using celestial bodies, which sounds like a whole bunch of fun. You also get to pick between three types of moons, each with a different level of resistance to breaking. They're not exactly meant to provide finesse, but nonetheless open the way to whatever it is you want to steal. Download it from Nexus Mods.
By default, Teardown only triggers the alarm after you steal your first item. The Timed Heists mod starts applying that pressure from the very start of a mission, adding a neat little twist to the vanilla experience. Find it on Nexus Mods.
Fallout Weapons Re-Model Pack
Here's a mod that makes heists a bit more post-apocalyptic. While it won't drop nukes on you as you perform your usual thievery, the Fallout Weapons Re-Model Pack lets you wield the Pipe Rifle, Super Sledge, Baseball Grenade and similar weapons encountered in Bethesda's popular RPG series instead of Teardown's default models. Give it a shot on Nexus Mods.
Click to Explode
Teardown prides itself on its fully destructible world which opens up a plethora of possibilities when approaching its heists. It also allows for large amounts of mayhem, as the Click to Explode mod quite clearly demonstrates. It's a simple concept, really. You point at a thing and it explodes. Alternatively, you can choose to drag a path of explosions, set the size of each explosion, or even spawn in timed explosive devices. Your hardware might not always appreciate it, but freely blowing stuff up is always satisfying.
Teardown is now available in Steam Early Access.
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