If the continued push of the Crew isn't up to your liking, perhaps you'll feel more at home with this new partnership. Wreckfest arrives on early access with a full release planned to complete before the year's end.
THQ Nordic and Bugbear Entertainment have teamed up to lament on the success of the FlatOut series by fronting another car-driven game with a strong focus on bashing up cars you could have loved.
With a strong and long-standing reputation for putting out compelling motorsport titles, Bugbear Entertainment are gearing up to damage these hunks of metal a little more than they usually would. Wreckfest is a demolition derby title featuring 'soft-body damage modeling' and sophisticated physics that hopes to recreate the demolition derby experience across both battle arenas and traditional race courses. Car damage and compelling wrecks weren't really possible back in the early 2000s, so with game development tools progressing nicely over the last few decades, it's time to see the metal tear away from the chassis as we dangerously miscalculate a simple 70-degree turn.
With Early Access having been available for over three years now, it's finally time for the teams to outline their plans for the future - and for launch. Over the next few months, players will see a career mode pop into existence that will reward strong performers with new cars and the tools necessary to upgrade them. Of course, car customization has to come it to allow for that, so that's a given. new tracks will trickle out over the course of the Early Access period with official multiplayer servers being opened when possible.
To clear up any misconceptions comes the Wreckfest E3 2017 trailer embedded down below for your convenience. Warning: the music will likely attract nearby bearded biker gangs.