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Report: Destruction All-Stars Developer Working On Twisted Metal Game For PS5

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Lucid Video games has been handed the Twisted Steel collection and is engaged on reviving the collection with a brand new sport, in response to a report from VGC. Early growth on the sport has already began over on the UK-based studio in Liverpool.

Unnamed sources advised VGC that the subsequent Twisted Steel entry is being constructed round a free-to-play mannequin. It is a response to the studio’s earlier sport, Destruction All-Stars, changing into a PlayStation Plus providing. Moreover, the sport is reportedly deliberate to launch alongside a Twisted Steel TV collection in 2023.

VentureBeat’s Jeff Grub has additionally corroborated the report, saying that he additionally heard about Lucid’s involvement with the franchise. Rumors had been additionally circulating earlier this month a couple of new entry.

Destruction All-Stars was initially billed as a launch title for PlayStation 5. Nevertheless, the sport was delayed to February 2021 and was modified to be a free PlayStation Plus sport throughout that month. Those that had already preordered the sport got a refund.

In GameSpot’s Destruction All-Stars evaluation, Mike Epstein stated, “The on-foot gameplay plays a large role in Destruction All-Stars’ true problem: It feels like there’s a lot of downtime. Even though there’s always a new car to find or an enemy to chase, there’s only one thing that’s really worth doing–crashing–which takes a lot of setup for a short-lived reward. Even with great looks and solid controls, you spend too much time spinning your wheels.”

GameSpot has reached out to Sony for remark.

In associated PlayStation Plus information, the October 2021 free sport choices had been confirmed immediately, which embrace Mortal Kombat X.

Lucid Video games has been handed the Twisted Steel collection and is engaged on reviving the collection with a brand new sport, in response to a report from VGC. Early growth on the sport has already began over on the UK-based studio in Liverpool.

Unnamed sources advised VGC that the subsequent Twisted Steel entry is being constructed round a free-to-play mannequin. It is a response to the studio’s earlier sport, Destruction All-Stars, changing into a PlayStation Plus providing. Moreover, the sport is reportedly deliberate to launch alongside a Twisted Steel TV collection in 2023.

VentureBeat’s Jeff Grub has additionally corroborated the report, saying that he additionally heard about Lucid’s involvement with the franchise. Rumors had been additionally circulating earlier this month a couple of new entry.

Destruction All-Stars was initially billed as a launch title for PlayStation 5. Nevertheless, the sport was delayed to February 2021 and was modified to be a free PlayStation Plus sport throughout that month. Those that had already preordered the sport got a refund.

In GameSpot’s Destruction All-Stars evaluation, Mike Epstein stated, “The on-foot gameplay plays a large role in Destruction All-Stars’ true problem: It feels like there’s a lot of downtime. Even though there’s always a new car to find or an enemy to chase, there’s only one thing that’s really worth doing–crashing–which takes a lot of setup for a short-lived reward. Even with great looks and solid controls, you spend too much time spinning your wheels.”

GameSpot has reached out to Sony for remark.

In associated PlayStation Plus information, the October 2021 free sport choices had been confirmed immediately, which embrace Mortal Kombat X.


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