It’s been a long time coming, but we could be finally getting the Burnout reboot we’ve long been waiting for.
The name might be different, but the objective of Danger Zone is familiar: create the biggest car crash possible.
Developed by Three Fields Entertainment, a studio made up of former Burnout developers, Danger Zone is a “3D vehicular destruction game”, a genre this team knows all too well about.
Described as a virtual Crash Testing Facility, Danger Zone allows players to step into the shoes of a dangerous driver, challenged to survive a variety of crash testing scenarios.
“It’s easy to crash, but can you also grab all of the Bonus Pickups?”
Danger Zone is powered by Unreal Engine, combining real physical crashes with “explosive gameplay”.
The game will feature a single-player mode with 20 unique crash testing scenarios, as well as connected leaderboards to allow comparison of scores between friends.
Danger Zone will be available on PS4 and PC later in May for $12.99 USD.