Take Pacific Drive for a Test Run with the Steam Next Fest Demo

Take Pacific Drive for a Test Ride with the Steam Next Fest Demo

Pacific Drive is one of the most highly anticipated games coming this month, and players have an opportunity to check it out ahead of its February 22 release. Ironwood Studios and Kepler Interactive have released a new PC demo as part of Steam Next Fest. Players can download the demo and start driving in the most terrifying version of the Pacific Northwest ever seen.

The game puts players behind the wheel for first-person survival action. A car is a player’s only companion. The action sends players around the PNW to face off against supernatural danger while driving in the Olympic Exclusion Zone in the new reality of a post-apocalyptic world.  Players will take on unique and strange challenges in the hunt for vehicle upgrades. Each one found helps upgrade the car and helps protect the player. They’ll need to gather precious resources and investigate what’s been left behind in the exclusion zone. Along the way, they’ll unlock a long-forgotten mystery. In the end, however, survival is the key.


  • Outrun the storm while facing strange perils in a world that shifts with every journey into the Zone
  • Your car, your way – scavenge resources to craft new equipment and configure your wagon how you want. Experiment with different mods and car parts to navigate a treacherous landscape, and look good doing it
  • Unravel the mystery of the Olympic Exclusion Zone, an abandoned research site in an anomaly-filled version of the Pacific Northwest
  • Original score by Wilbert Roget, II and featuring 20+ licensed songs

Pacific Drive is speeding for release for PC via Epic Games Store and Steam, as well as for PlayStation 5.

Check out the Pacific Drive official site for more details.

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Suzie is an avid gamer and has been since 1995. She lives in the desert with her own personal minion while dreaming of pixel worlds beyond Earth.

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