Gravel Recieves an Exciting New Gamescom Trailer; Pushed to Early 2018
Gravel has received a Gamescom trailer that highlights the four different racing disciplines. Gravel is also receiving Xbox One X and PS4 Pro support, and has been delayed until 2018.
Milestone S.r.l. released a new trailer for its upcoming off-road racing game Gravel today that shows off the four “main disciplines” for modes in the game. The title has also been pushed back from its original Summer 2017 release window to Early 2018.
The game’s four disciplines are Cross Country, Wild Rush, Stadium and Speed Cross. Wild Rush lets players partake in combative races in wild locations. Cross Country mode has players race an open map they can explore before they reach the last checkpoint. In Speed Cross, players race on real off-road tracks. Finally, players race in traditional arenas in Stadium, though these courses aren’t lacking in some spectacular jumps.
For those who don’t know, Gravel is framed around players participating in a fake show called Gravel Channel Web TV. Throughout the game, players will have the opportunity to race on 50 different tracks that span sixteen different locations. It was also revealed today that Gravel will be enhanced by PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, though the specific enhancements were not detailed.
Gravel will be playable at Gamescom from August 22 until August 24 at the Italian Trade Stand Booth (A012/A013/B014). According to the developers, this demo will let players get a quick preview of many of the game’s features, including Wild Rush races through some very off-road areas.
You can check out the trailer below. Gravel will launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in Early 2018.