“Spiritual successor” to Burnout is named Danger Zone and it’s coming to PC, PS4 in May

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Three Fields Entertainment, which consists of former Burnout franchise developers, will launch its newest sport in May, and it’s a vehicular destruction sport titled Danger Zone.

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The sport from Three Fields Entertainment takes place in a crash testing facility referred to as the Danger Zone. Here, gamers are challenged to outlive a wide range of crash testing situations whereas making an attempt to seize bonus pickups.

Here’s extra straight from the studio:

“Shunt automobiles into oncoming visitors, take down trailers to shed their payloads and use your explosive SmashBreaker to maneuver your automobile round. The extra explosions you trigger, the larger your rating.

If you’re feeling burnt out by congestion and jammed roads, take your revenge on rush hour visitors. This place is a paradise for many who like their driving flame-grilled.”

The first title released by the independent studio was Dangerous Golf, developed at the side of Danger Zone, which is a spiritual successor to Burnout.

Danger Zone incorporates a single-player video games mode with 20 crash testing situations, and related leaderboards so gamers can examine scores with different gamers across the globe.

The sport shall be made obtainable digitally for PC and PlayStation four in May for 12.99 / £9.99 / €12.99.