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In WRECKED, players are required to drive aggressively with a chip on their shoulders, utilizing a variety of weapons and vehicle enhancements to take their opponents out of the race. However, vanquished foes are able to exact vengeance against those who knocked them out through five different aerial strikes.

Additionally, WRECKED boasts a bevy of car customization features, allowing players to put their own personal spin on the game’s vehicles. You’ll be able to take these rides through a single player Championship Mode that will offer up to 24 challenges across four disciplines, providing the perfect opportunity to practice your skills. Four players can take each other on either locally or online in multiplayer modes that span several different tracks and unique locations.

WRECKED is not about fast lap times, gaining pole position, perfect cornering or aerodynamics; it’s about winning by any means necessary. Aggressive driving is not so much encouraged, but a given prerequisite as players will come across a wide variety of weapons and vehicle enhancements to help muscle rivals off the track and out of the points. Survivors are encouraged to keep their wits about them however, as vanquished foes are given the opportunity for instant revenge via five different aerial strikes to add a certain spice to proceedings.

WRECKED builds upon this unique formula by adding customisation of player cars, so rivals will see each other coming with no mistake. A single player Championship Mode will offer 24 challenges divided across four disciplines to allow drivers plenty of solo time to hone their skills. Up to four players can tear out against each other in either local or online multiplayer modes across a number of different tracks in distinctive locations.

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