Its been a long time coming but we are finally seeing a true successor to the Burnout franchise with “Dangerous Driving”. Built from the ground up by the minds behind the Burnout series, Dangerous Driving takes it title literally and puts you in the middle of road wrecking mayhem.
From the trailers and gameplay I watched it looks to be more of a sequel to “Revenge” rather than the open world “Paradise” which people either hated or loved.
If you are interested in “Dangerous Driving” take another look at the trailer and read more about it below. Its set for release on 4/9/19 for $29.99 across PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
PETERSFIELD, ENGLAND — February 13, 2019 — Three Fields Entertainment, the independent British developer led by industry veterans Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, today revealed additional game details for Dangerous Driving, which is scheduled for release April 9, 2019.
From the creative talent behind the genre-defining Burnout series, Dangerous Driving puts aggression back into the racing genre, recapturing the spirit of the past and elevating it to new heights. Taking full advantage of the power of current generation hardware, the game offers unparalleled physics and mass destruction as players compete against ruthless opponents across a host of unique locations. Moving at breakneck speeds, players will not only battle rival drivers, but also dangerous roads in 30 perilous courses, set across seven different locations.
Each of the game’s numerous modes offer intense ways to play, whether players want to wreck their opponents in the adrenaline-fuelled Takedown races, chain their way to perfection in Heatwave races, be the last car standing in Eliminator, or rule every road in Road Rage. Players can also take the law into their own hands by apprehending wanted suspects in Pursuit Mode.
Players can race offline against remorseless AI drivers in over 8 different event types, or online against seven other aggressive players, all the while unlocking new deadly cars and aggressive abilities as they progress.
Dangerous Driving will be available for PC on the Epic Games store, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and XBOX ONE®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft on April 9, 2019 for $29.99/£24.99 digitally. The physical version, published by Maximum Games, includes bonus game Danger Zone 2, and will be available for $39.99 US/$49.99 CAD/UK £29.99/Europe €39.99/Australia $69.95 AUD.
Enhanced for Xbox One X and PlayStation®4 Pro. Dangerous Driving has been rated PEGI 7 and ESRB 10+.
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