What you need to know
- Wreckfest is an upcoming demolition derby game that's quite popular on PC.
- The game is coming to Xbox One at the end of August.
- It doesn't appear to be Xbox One X Enhanced at the moment.
- You can preorder the game for $40 through the Microsoft Store.
Wreckfest is an upcoming demolition derby game that has a strong following on PC. According to the developer, the game features epic crashes, close fights over the finish line, and brand-new ways for metal to bend. Wreckfest is made by Bugbear, who also brought you the FlatOut series.
Wreckfest is packed with tremendous upgrade and customization options. You can prepare for your next demolition derby with reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors, or set up your car with engine performance parts like air filters, camshafts, fuel systems, and more.
Wreckfest is available for digital preorder for $40 on Xbox One. There's also a Deluxe Edition available for $60 that comes with more vehicles and customization options.
At this moment, it doesn't seem like Wreckfest features Xbox One X enhancements. It's unclear if that's going to change by the time it launches at the end of August.
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Wreckfest is an upcoming demolition derby game that has a strong following on PC. The game features epic crashes, close fights over the finish line, and brand-new ways for metal to bend. Wreckfest is made by Bugbear, who also brought you the FlatOut series.
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