Burnout Crash Mode Spiritual Successor Danger Zone Gets New Gameplay Footage

Burnout-inspired PS4 and PC game Danger Zone gets new gameplay footage showing off sweet car carnage.

on May 22, 2017 11:47 AM

Today, developer Three Fields Entertainment released some new footage of Danger Zone that not only shows off more gameplay, but previews the game’s load times.

For those that don’t know: last month the developer — which consists of former Burnout developers and who recently put out Dangerous Golf and Lethal VR — announced Danger Zone: a spiritual successor to Burnout’s popular Crash Mode. Here’s an overview via the developer itself:

Danger Zone is an all new 3D vehicular destruction game, a genre we know well. The concept is simple : crash for cash by creating the biggest car crash.

The Danger Zone is a virtual Crash Testing Facility where players step into the shoes of a Crash Test driver and are challenged to survive a variety of spectacular crash testing scenarios.

It’s easy to crash, but can you also grab all of the Bonus Pickups?

Powered by Unreal Engine, Danger Zone combines real physical crashes with explosive gameplay. Shunt vehicles into oncoming traffic, take down trailers to shed their payloads and use your explosive “SmashBreaker” to move your vehicle around. The more explosions you cause, the bigger your score.

If you’re feeling burnt out by congestion and jammed roads, take the highway to the Danger Zone. Take your revenge on rush hour traffic. This place is a paradise for those who like their driving flame-grilled.

Features:

  • Single Player Game Mode featuring 20 unique crash testing scenarios.
  • Connected Leaderboards allow comparison of player scores between Friends and the whole world.

Danger Zone will cost $12.99 USD and be available on PS4 and PC on May 30th. Below, you can check out the new “retry loop” footage:

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