- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player) (24 Player Online)
- Release Date
- 27th Aug 2019
- 27th Aug 2019
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Official Site
Wreckfest just fully embraces what it is, and you have to respect it. Bugbear's brash, fender-bending racer has been unleashed on PlayStation 5 as part of May's PlayStation Plus lineup, and it's still very much the chaotic, crash-happy, Destruction Derby-esque experience people love. In the jump to new hardware, the game definitely...
It's daa-bee, not dur-bee
Republished on Wednesday 28th April, 2021: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of May 2021's PS Plus lineup. The original text follows. Racing games have been seemingly few and far between this generation. DriveClub will cease to exist at the end of this month, Codemasters’ GRID...
Destructive racer Wreckfest is showing no signs of wear and tear several years after its release, with ongoing support from developer Bugbear adding new events to the title as part of a new winter tournament. This sees the return of the snowball launcher which some of you may recall from last year, while many tracks have been given a dusting of...
Oh my car
Cult classic PS1 kill-‘em-up Carmageddon is coming to Wreckfest, and if you’ll excuse us for quoting directly from the marketing materials, it’s a “match made in hell”. The new Carmageddon Tournament event is rolling out today on PlayStation 5 and PS4, and it’ll see you “wrecking your opponents and wrecking zombies (and...
Wreckfest has carved out a nice little corner for itself on PlayStation 4. The arcade racer puts the emphasis on destruction, and it's been doing that better than most since its arrival in 2019. With regular updates keeping players engaged, there's always something new to smash into, and that's true of the latest patch as well. Update...
It's been a while since we learned Bugbear Entertainment's Wreckfest would be making the jump to PlayStation 4. Announced all the way back when THQ Nordic acquired the studio and its IP, we've been waiting to hear news of when the crash-happy racer would arrive on Sony's console. Today,
THQ Nordic sure has a lot of stuff going on, doesn't it? The latest deal to be struck by the publisher is with Bugbear Entertainment, the Finnish developer perhaps best known for its FlatOut series. The studio is now part of THQ Nordic's collection, and all intellectual property now belongs to the publisher. This one isn't completely out...
Break the rules and take full-contact racing to the limit with Wreckfest! Expect epic crashes, neck-to-neck fights over the finish line and brand-new ways for metal to bend!