From the minds behind Burnout 3 comes… more Burnout? Well, legally distinct Burnout in the name of Dangerous Driving but you get the gist.
Developed by former Criterion members Three Fields Entertainment, Dangerous Driving aims to put aggression back into the racing genre.
With numerous modes, including Takedown from Burnout 3, Eliminator and Road Rage. In the style of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, you can even play as a cop and take down street racers. It’s all here, baby.
Dangerous Driving will not only include offline play but also online against seven other online players. No matter how you play, you’ll be unlocking new cars and abilities as you progress.
Dangerous Driving releases on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on April 9th, 2019. Those who purchase the physical version of the game will also receive Danger Zone 2 for free. While some may be unhappy, the PC version is exclusive to the Epic Games Store. No Steam release this time around.