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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

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Title Screen

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Also known as: Ratchet & Clankː Parallel Trouble (JP)
Developer: Insomniac Games
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: PlayStation 5, Windows
Released internationally: June 11, 2021 (PS5), July 26, 2023 (PC)

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Unused Levels
Lots of unused levels ahead. Proceed carefully, you may discover another one of Nature's Mysteries!

Unused Weapons

Volcanic Eruptor

This was a thrown weapon that would make lava come up from the ground and throw rocks.

Schrodinger's Gun

Fires a small critter that latches on to an enemy and continuously bites them.


Same weapon as the one in Ratchet & Clank (2016). Upgrades into the Goatinator.

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Fires a ball that creates a shockwave.

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Unused Weapon Showcase Videos

Volcanic Eruptor:

The Salad Tosser (aka Topiary Sprinkler):

Early Weapon Names

  • Shatterbomb was known internally as ProtoGrenade, and then Magna Missile.
  • The Enforcer is internally called ProtoShotgun.
  • Mr. Fungi is internally spelt "Mr. Funguy".
  • Negatron Collider is internally called Kamehameha.
  • Topiary Sprinkler was originally called The Salad Tosser, and then Topiary Blaster.
  • Drillhound is internally called Tunneler.
  • Void Repulser is internally called Magshield.
  • Cold Snap is internally called Icicle Blast.
  • Bombardier is internally called Carpet Bomber.
  • Blackhole Storm is internally called Warp Rifle.
  • Headhunter was originally called Fossilizer, and then Timepiece.