Today, Deep Silver and Codemasters released a new trailer for Onrush showcasing a few of the devastating ways teams will be able take down their opponents. Onrush should bring all-action, gravity-defying racing back to consoles when it launches on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 5, 2018.
The trailer features glorious destruction but, above all, it highlights how destructive the motorcycle is. You can use it to quickly maneuver through other vehicles, jump higher, and destroy your opponents by landing on top of them. Whether it's through special abilities, clever teamwork, or the manipulation of the surrounding land, Onrush's insane courses should offer you endless opportunity to knock rival racers out of the race.
Those of you who are eager to get your hands on the game can play the open beta which started today, at 9 AM EDT and ends on Monday, May 21 at 5 AM EDT. Keep in mind that the beta doesn't represent final code so you'll more than likely encounter bugs and other issues.
The game is developed by the team formerly known as Evolution Studios, the game makers behind Sony's Driveclub, After their closure, Evolution Studios was acquired by Codemasters and that team is making Onrush. It's great to see the Evolution Studios team finding a new home at Codemasters. Hopefully Onrush will be a great experience and a boost for the developers.
Onrush is currently available for preorder for $59.99.
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