Destruction AllStars: PlayStation Details Its Game Modes
PlayStation has released more info on car combat game Destruction AllStars and its game modes and future content updates.
In a post on the PlayStation Blog, we’ve received new details on car combat game Destruction AllStars and its game modes. You can watch a new trailer for the game below.
At launch, the game will include four different modes. Stockpile is a capture and control mode where you collect Gears dropped by other cars that are knocked out or wrecked. The player then has to get out of their car to pick the Gears up and try not getting hit by other cars. Next up is Mayhem which is the game’s take on deathmatch. As a team or on your own, you just have to wreck as many cars as you can in the time limit. From there you can take your skills from Mayhem into Carnado, the third mode. This one requires more risk and has you sacrificing your car to the Carnado and getting in another car. Lastly we have Gridfall, which has 16 players fighting it out will there’s one left standing. Additionally, the game features a training mode and challenges to complete.
In the PlayStation Blog post, George Rule, community manager at Lucid Games, confirms that the game will get new content throughout next year. The new content ranges from new seasons, new AllStars, challenges, and game modes.
Destruction AllStars was announced in June during PlayStation’s Future of Gaming showcase. Last week, PlayStation announced the game will be delayed to next February and be a PlayStation Plus title. Originally, it was supposed to be a launch title alongside Spider-Man Miles Morales, Demon’s Souls, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. Now that it’s a PS Plus title, it can get more players and exposure.
Destruction AllStars releases on the PlayStation 5 in February 2021 as a PlayStation Plus title. You can watch its announcement trailer below.