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Monday, 25 February 2013 08:29

Bugbear working on next car game

Written by David Stellmack

To feature a lot of destruction

Bugbear Entertainment is working on its next project after the uninspired Ridge Racer: Unbounded didn’t sell nearly as well as expected. This time around, the Finnish developer gets back to their FlatOut roots with a video tease showing its “Next Car Game” that shows only what can be described as a next-generation demolition derby.

While the developer admits that they think there has not been a proper demolition derby title in years, they don’t say much beyond that. It is coming to PC, for sure, as well as other platforms, which Bugbear can’t apparently confirm as yet. The developer also didn’t confirm if the title has a publisher, name or estimated release date. So, right now all they have has a video of in-game footage that we have to admit is impressive, with the rest to follow at some point in the future.

If you like what you see, you can register for them to Email you with more information once they know more.

Visit Bugbear here to have a look for yourself.

 

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