Car game with impressive damage physics hits Steam Early Access
"Next Car Game" from Flatout creator Bugbear Entertainment now available for $25; dev cautions that game features "nasty bugs."
Flatout creator Bugbear Entertainment today released its new racing game, currently titled "Next Car Game," through Steam Early Access. You can download the game today for $25. A special $35 Digital Deluxe version featuring a soundtrack, exclusive in-game race, and wallpapers is also available.
Next Car Game, like all other Early Access titles, is incomplete. The game is missing features and contains "nasty bugs," Bugbear said. But releasing the game in this state is an exciting proposition, the developer said, because it allows for the studio to incorporate fan feedback.
The game's arrival on Steam Early Access comes after Bugbear canceled the title's initial Kickstarter campaign in November, after it gathered just $81,000 of its $350,000 target.
One of the most compelling components of Next Car Game is its "true-to-life" damage physics system, which allow vehicles to break down in real-time and with great detail. In addition to demolition derbies, Next Car Game will feature traditional track races.
For more on Next Car Game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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