You Suck At Parking Opens The Passenger Door For Multiplayer Mode

You Suck at parking, the incoming chaotic top down racer has just popped the bonnet on the title’s multiplayer mode.

Chaotic motoring marvel You Suck at parking is getting a multiplayer mode when this top down driving sim gets on the road, and Happy Volcano has just given us all a look at what’s coming. Currently in development for Xbox, PC, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation this silly sounding but utterly addictive parking experience usually charges players with swerving around a perilous mix of racing track, pedestrian, and road traffic obstacles with the aim of stopping just in time to park in the correct bay. With handbrake turns, the odd drift, and some nerve jangling moments this micro racing sim with a difference now gets some company.

The newly announced multiplayer mode will allow up to eight to to take on each other in free-for-all fiesta that transforms the game’s pedal-to-the-metal action into a full-on parking party. With more than 100 wacky races already available for single players, this is likely to make You Suck at parking even more difficult to complete.

“We’ve been really encouraged by the reaction to You Suck at Parking so far, which has made us even more eager to talk about the game’s exciting multiplayer mode,” says David Prinsmel, Game Director. “Gamers can expect to hear more details about what we have in store – both for multiplayer, and the rest of the game – in the months ahead.”

We had a chance to try out you Suck at Parking during last year’s EGX and while it might look like a cartoonish version of Mario Kart or Circuit Superstars, this has a simplicity and cunning difficulty all its own. If you are sick of reverse parallel parking and just want some fun then check out the official website for You Suck at parking now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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