Being in early access racing game Wreckfest FlatOut from the authors of the Finnish Studio Bugbear Entertainment has got a massive update.
Note that this is the first such major update, released after the conclusion of the cooperation agreement with THQ Nordic in June of this year.
The main list of changes and improvements as follows:
added 8 new cars;
introduced the first all-wheel drive vehicles;
added 2 Championships, the passage of which will take 5-6 hours;
updated in-game music (with the support of the fans and Audiodraft);
implemented the first version of the system of competition — each race can throw you a personal rival (a specific “enemy”), in competition with which you’ll get more points;
introduced a system of painting;
introduced the first version of the system of damage of machine parts;
added 3 levels of difficulty;
implemented the first version of the system tuning.
In addition, there are a number of smaller improvements, such as changes in the user interface, a more accurate physical model and new sound, advanced artificial intelligence and so on. “After a slight delay, we proudly present the first major update for the early access version of Wreckfest, — said producer THQ Nordic Joswig Roger (Roger Joswig). — Some time we were silent, but only for the sake of today to surprise everyone with our updated scope of destructive races”.
The game appeared in Steam early access (where it passes under the old working title Next Car Game: Wreckfest) in January 2014. As in FlatOut, users expect not just a race, but a spectacular collision, accident and attempts to push an opponent off the track. The release of the finished version should take place not only on PC but on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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