Obliteracers certainly looks like a-bit-of-fun, and the award-winning formerly PC-only racer is set to leave the pit-lane and race onto the PlayStation 4 on 15th July.
Harking back to the kind of chaotic titles of the 2000s, Obliteracers is an arcade party racer in which up to 16 competitors race, shoot, undermine, and destroy their way to the finish line. With less emphasis on speed and more on destroying your enemies before they get you, Obliteracers sounds like the perfect way to spend an evening with friends. Let's just hope that you don't butcher your friendships in the process.
Michael Davies, CEO of developer Varkian Empire, said: "We were thrilled to see how well the game was received on PC, and now we're bringing the experience into the lounge room where it really shines. We're looking forward to some seriously chaotic party racing nights."
As well as single player racing, you can also compete with friends locally or online, with dozens of game modifiers, and an awful lot of carnage. Check out the trailer below to see for yourself.
In case anybody was wondering, it's $14.99 on Steam. And their website says using tablets as controllers is only available on the PC version. Which makes sense, but reminded me that when I do buy a PS4 for FFXV, U4 and R&C I may not have a 2nd controller for awhile.
This looks fun though.
Well, that does sound like fun never heard of it till now lol, certainly intrested in this game.
I wasn't aware of this - thanks for the heads up. I'm definitely interested in this.
This also reminds me, how about a Sony kart racer or dare I say it, the return of Crash Team Racing?
16 players local multiplayer is... wow. Now that is a party game. Looks like a lot of fun too.
I'd love a good cart-style racing game, hopefully this is it. I don't know about that trailer though, comes across as kind of slow.
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