Danger Zone, a new vehicular destruction game from Three Fields Entertainment, has been announced.
Releasing for PC via Steam and PlayStation 4 next month (priced at $12.99/£9.99/€12.99), Danger Zone puts players in a virtual crash test facility that features 20 single-player crash testing scenarios, each with its own distinct layout.
In the game, which is built in Unreal Engine 4, players are tasked with driving into a junction to create the biggest collision they can. If enough cars are involved in the crash, the player will earn a “SmashBreaker,” which turns their car into a bomb that can be triggered to explode on command.
Points are awarded for the number of cars crashed, and bonus points can be earned by pushing cars off the road or exploding them while in “SmashBreaker.” Danger Zone will also feature leaderboards, allowing players to compare their scores against other members of the community.