Gravel Heads West in a New Trailer Highlighting Colorado River DLC

Gravel has received a brand new, and final DLC to the racing title. The Colorado River DLC adds four new tracks, a new career episode, and a Wild Rush map.

on June 7, 2018 10:49 AM

Milestone has revealed a new trailer (which can be found at the bottom of this post), detailing the final DLC planned to arrive for their racing title Gravel. The new, and final, DLC is named Colorado River and brings four brand new off-road tracks and a Wild Rush map set amongst the Arizona desert and the Colorado River. It also introduces a new career episode.

The trailer below shows off all the high-octane energy we have come to expect from Gravel, this time set against the backdrop of Arizona. Many gamers delight in the foliage of more scenic forest environments. However, there is something sublime about watching the dust kick up across the Colorado River.

Back in March, the title launched its Ice and Fire DLC, with a multiplayer focused trailed arriving the following month. We actually got hands-on with Gravel and ran a review, finding that the game doesn’t quite reach its full potential, and while it looks good and plays well, it suffers from never deciding whether it wants to be a simulation game or and off-road arcadey racer.

If you want to grab the base game of Gravel from Amazon you can get it here, the DLC is available to purchase separately but is also included in the Gravel Season Pass. The season pass is available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, as well as the game itself. Check out the trailer below:


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