Danger Zone, the crash mode game that will arrive next month for PC and PS4, is developed by Three Fields Entertainment, the studio formed by creators of Burnout
Three Fields Entertainment, the studio formed by the creators of Burnout franchise, is up with a new crash mode game which they call the ‘spiritual successor’ to Burnout. Called Danger Zone, this new game will revolve around vehicular destruction gameplay, and it’s all set to embrace the gaming platforms next month.
The game will take place within the vicinities of a crash testing facility that’s called Danger Zone. Players will be put through a series of crash testing scenarios, all of which has to be survived alongside grabbing bonus pickups.
The stunts will include stumbling onto oncoming traffic, taking down trailers to shed their payloads and using earned SmashBreaker explosives to move the vehicle around. Scores will be higher the more you create the fireworks in Danger Zone. Altogether, the game will be a paradise for those who like their driving flame-grilled if going by the words of the developers. The game will be over once your car falls off the road.
A total of 20 crash testing scenarios will be available in the game, which will also have connected leaderboards to compare your scores with the rest of the players around the globe. It will also feature realistic physics compared to those of in Burnout.
Three Fields Entertainment was formed by Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, the founders of Criterion, who left the EA-owned studio in 2014. The developers have since released two games; Dangerous Golf and Lethal VR, the latter which was made available for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR.
Danger Zone will be available for PC and PlayStation 4 on May 12 for £9.99.