Burnout Crash speeding in August
Criterion Games' new downloadable racing game heading to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network next month; no price offered.
We'll begin emailing you updates about %gameName%.
During Electronic Arts' annual Summer Showcase last week, the publisher made official Burnout Crash, the long-rumored new entry in Criterion Games' racing franchise. It was announced for a vague fall 2011 release, but now EA has tightened that window.
Burnout Crash will speed to the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network this August. Unfortunately, EA did not affix a more specific release date or a price to the game.
Burnout Crash sports three game modes across six unique locations, and it boasts 18 crash junctions. Additionally, the game supports the Autolog feature, an online social infrastructure that was first introduced in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
The XBLA iteration of Burnout Crash will support Microsoft's gesture-recognition technology, Kinect. The Kinect-enabled game mode has two teams using gesture controls to crash and burn in what EA calls a "party battle."
For more on the racing title, check out GameSpot's latest preview of Burnout Crash.
God Of War PS4 Makes Big Changes Sea Of Thieves - First Look At The Kraken Gameplay Sea Of Thieves Launch Livestream GS News Update: Here's When Sea Of Thieves Servers Go Live, And More Info On That Day One Patch New Releases - Top Games Out This Week -- March 18-24 PUBG Mobile iPhoneX Gameplay Live PUBG Mobile - Full Match Gameplay New Steam Games: Hardcore Shooters, Mouse-Based Stealth, And More You Missed | Steam Punks Ni No Kuni II Video Review GS News Update: PUBG Mobile Out Now For Free In The US And Other Regions GS News Update: Ni No Kuni 2 Story Length Estimate GS News Update: Fortnite Dev Releases $12 Million In Paragon Assets