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Submitted by Pandemic 763d ago | news

Next Car Game - Bugbear Entertainment announces new racing game - back to the roots

Some time ago it was rumored that Bugbear Entertainment is working on a new racing game that will again give the origins of the developer. So a sequel to the successful FlatOut series.

With the release of a first teaser trailer, under the name "Next Car Game" (as used internally at Bugbear all games called before the final name is common), it is now identified. The next match of the Finns will definitely return a crash racer, who is clearly moving in the direction FlatOut. (Bugbear Entertainment, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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Freak of Nature  +   762d ago
I see destruction derby....not Flatout in this video...

All in game glory too...Looks great. I have wanted this for quite a long time,really hope we get to see figure 8's and some new creative tracks. A track editor would be a great addition too, as would a car creation tool, for something a little extra...
3-4-5  +   762d ago
Game looks like some old school fun.

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