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Wreckfest, the next car game from FlatOut developers Bugbear Entertainment, will leave early access on June 14th, 2018. A PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release will follow on November 20th.

The launch version of the game will feature “a set of brand new features,” including challenge mode with all new unusual vehicles and the option to customize cars with quirky items, such as a shark fin.

“Exhilarating no-rules racing action with defining, once-in-a-lifetime moments that can be achieved only with a true-to-life physics simulation,” the developer writes. “Witness insane neck-to-neck fighting on high-speed circuits, face total destruction madness on crazy courses with intersections and oncoming traffic, or go for demolition dominance in derby arenas.”

The game features a “true-to-life physics simulation” and numerous customization options, including reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors, and more.

Development of Wreckfest started back in 2012 when it was simply known as “Next Car Game.”

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Wreckfest gets a release date

Bugbear Entertainment has revealed the release date of Wreckfest.

By Matthew Bennett | 06/1/2018 06:13 AM PT

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Wreckfest, the next car game from FlatOut developers Bugbear Entertainment, will leave early access on June 14th, 2018. A PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release will follow on November 20th.

The launch version of the game will feature “a set of brand new features,” including challenge mode with all new unusual vehicles and the option to customize cars with quirky items, such as a shark fin.

“Exhilarating no-rules racing action with defining, once-in-a-lifetime moments that can be achieved only with a true-to-life physics simulation,” the developer writes. “Witness insane neck-to-neck fighting on high-speed circuits, face total destruction madness on crazy courses with intersections and oncoming traffic, or go for demolition dominance in derby arenas.”

The game features a “true-to-life physics simulation” and numerous customization options, including reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors, and more.

Development of Wreckfest started back in 2012 when it was simply known as “Next Car Game.”

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89