Wreckfest comes from Bugbear Entertainment, a developer that has been around for 16 years and is no stranger to making car games. They are the developer of FlatOut, FlatOut 2, and FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage. They also created Ridge Racer Unbounded as well. Wreckfest has come a long way since originally starting development in 2012 and marketing shortly thereafter as “The Next Car Game”. The project gained much attention and Bugbear started off its release path on Steam Early Access with November 20, 2018 recently set as a release date for Xbox One and PS4.
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The Behind The Scenes Trailer for Next Car Game by Bugbear Entertainment showing off car damage.
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If you don’t know, you better get familiar. Ridge Racer, for better or for worse, has become an industry mainstay since it helped give birth to the PlayStation brand and propel it into the industry. Now the closed beta for its latest iteration Ridge Racer Driftopia (heading to PlayStation 3 and PC in 2013) is accepting new players. Sign up to get yourself a key HERE and see you on the raceway. Bugbear Entertainment is developing this evolution of the racing franchise that we’ve all come to know and love over the years for Namco Bandai Games, and the main focus of the title is that it’s FREE TO PLAY, getting it the most players as possible to compare times with and compete with.
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