Dangerous Driving 2 is the open-world follow-up to Three Fields Entertainment's 2019 racer. More info coming at PAX East.
Dangerous Driving may be rough around the edges, but it succeeds at being a worthy Burnout successor.
Finally, a good arcade racer is coming very soon thanks to Three Fields Entertainment.
Three Fields Entertainment's Dangerous Driving for PC, PS4, and Xbox One is aiming to scratch that Burnout itch you've been having in April.
Danger Zone is coming to Xbox One sometime this fall, and will include twelve new levels, three new cars, and 4K support on Xbox One X.
Burnout-inspired PS4 and PC game Danger Zone gets new gameplay footage showing off sweet car carnage.
Burnout Crash Mode Spiritual Succesor Danger Zone Launches May 30th; Gameplay Unveiled in New Trailer
Today, developer Three Fields Entertainment announced that Danger Zone is set to launch on May 30, 2017.
Yesterday, developer Three Fields Entertainment -- a studio that consists of former Burnout developers -- announced Danger Zone, which is not a Burnout spiritual successor entirely, but Burnout's highly-popular Crash Mode turned into an entire game. And
Do you want another Burnout game, or at the very least a spiritual successor? I do, and today I have some decent news for other dreamers like me. Today, developer Three Fields Entertainment, a studio comprised of
Today, developer Three Fields Entertainment — creators of Burnout, BLACK, and Dangerous Golf — and publisher Team17 released its new shooting gallery VR games, Lethal VR, onto PlayStation VR for $14.99 USD.
Today, developer Three Fields Entertainment — creators of Burnout, BLACK, and Dangerous Golf -- and publisher Team17 announced that Lethal VR is set to release for PlayStation VR on December 20th at the price point of $14.
Three Fields Entertainment's new “immersive virtual reality weapons experience" is out today on the HTC Vive. To celebrate, Three Fields has released a new trailer.
Today, Three Three Fields Entertainment -- creators of Burnout, BLACK, and Dangerous Golf announced a new "immersive virtual reality weapons experience for the PlayStation VR and HTC Vive" called, Lethal VR.
Former developers at Criterion Games, have not only formed their own studio, Three Fields Entertainment, but have announced via Twitter they are currently developing two games.