Get ready to wreck as publisher THQ grinds our gears one more time on Consoles. Wreckfest is bringing automotive mayhem to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 27 August.
Developed by Bugbear Entertainment, Wreckfest is a different type of derby. The very same team took their experience on games like FlatOut, Ridge Racer, and Sega Rally finally coming to a collision with the ideas behind Wreckfest. While games like Rollcage focus on high-speed combat cars, the chassis on display are a little more rustic. This particular demolition derby got off the grid back in June 2018 with a PC release. Now the carnage is coming to almost all racers.
Featuring a range of different running wrecks and a variety of game modes, Wreckfest isn’t just the spiritual successor to the FlatOut franchise but it brings something new to the table. A soft body damage system allows realistic damage and that affects the way that a car handles in real time.
New PC Parts
All of this is wrapped up in glorious looking carnage should make a definite impact when it arrives on consoles. PC gamers, however, are not going to be left on the hard shoulder. At the same time as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions take off, PC versions of the game get a massive update. This extra update includes
- Three new race tracks
- A New derby arena
- Three new challenge cars
- New Rewards for career mode
- Extra paint jobs
- ..still more to come
If you’re still on the fence about Wreckfest then probably best to step back behind the concrete barriers. Wreckfest is currently on sale over at the Steam Store on PC. The standard and deluxe versions of the console version of this title are available on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Store now.