Is Wreckfest the destructive medicine that sim racers secretly crave?

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W​e're big into our sim racing in the DriveTribe office, so having a go at Wreckfest (where more than half of the action is based on destruction rather than hitting apexes) was always going to be an interesting change. See how Tim and I got on driving everything from tractors to fully-modded V8 brutes on loops, figure-of-eights and dirt tracks.

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  • God that guy with the beard is handsome. Genuinely fantastic game - it's so good for dipping in and out of. I need to try getting that combine through the loop-the-loop...

      1 year ago
    • And that handsome guy seems to be Tim Rodie! :)

        1 year ago
  • That lawnmower race looks brilliant – both your faces are priceless when that guy goes flying

      1 year ago
  • This looks good fun. Reminds me of the old classic Demolition Derby on the PC 🤔

      1 year ago
  • Jokes aside, I want wreckfest now. What console is it on, and how much does it cost?

      1 year ago
    • It's been out for a year or so on PC, but the port over to console caused them significant problems and it was delayed indefinitely.

      It released end of last month on PS4/Xbox One.

      The standard edition is around £30, whilst the deluxe...

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        1 year ago
  • My client, is charging $5,000 for use of his face and personality.

      1 year ago

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