It's daa-bee, not dur-bee
Racing games have been seemingly few and far between this generation. DriveClub will cease to exist at the end of this month, Codemasters’ GRID is only just making its return in October, and the less said about Burnout and Need for Speed the better. In their wake comes Wreckfest – a title that has been a bit of a kno
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...
Another one bites the dust
Wreckfest has broken down and been taken back to Bugbear’s workshop, where it will remain for repairs into 2019. The title – which was due out on 20th November – has been delayed on the PlayStation 4 by THQ Nordic, as the publisher works to get the destructive racer up to scratch on Sony’s system. The PC version...