At the end of the year, Dangerous Driving 2 will be the next offshoot of the spiritual burnout successor for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In the sequel, drivers can look forward to a dynamic open world that will be packed with events. A local split-screen multiplayer will also be available in Dangerous Driving 2. As part of PAX East 2020, we should also see the first gameplay. The fair will take place in Boston next week.
Three Fields Entertainment announced today with Dangerous Driving 2 the next part of the racing game series. The predecessor was only released in April 2019 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One and was then considered a spiritual successor to the well-known burnout series. With Alex Ward, Fiona Sperry and Paul Ross, the team includes three former employees of Criterion Games, who previously contributed to the development of burnout. We have included a trailer for the predecessor below.
For the second part, the makers of Three Fields Entertainment have now opted for a dynamic open world in which the drivers can drive around according to their own wishes and take part in various events. The focus of the arcade racer is of course a lot of action again, which is why the crash mechanics will also receive some revisions. A local split-screen multiplayer for multiple players and an online mode are also planned for the sequel.
Dangerous Driving 2 will be playable at PAX East 2020 between February 27th and March 1st. By then at the latest we should be able to see the first gameplay for the title. According to the development team, the game's release is currently scheduled for the end of the year. In addition to the release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the racing game will also be available for the first time for the Nintendo Switch.
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