When Three Fields Entertainment released Dangerous Driving to the world in 2019, we were seriously hyped. After all, with a history that included the likes of the brilliant Burnout, if anyone knew how to make a properly mad arcade racer, it was they. Unfortunately things didn’t quite play out as we had hoped, with a few issues knocking the original Dangerous Driving down a notch or two. But fear not because Three Fields are back, and today they are announcing Dangerous Driving 2 for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Due to launch on console and PC in the Holiday of 2020, the arcade racing sequel promises to build on what went before with Dangerous Driving in the hope that the thrills of past games come to the fore.
Dangerous Driving 2 is being sold as the arcade racer for everyone, featuring slick driving that rewards racing fans wanting to test their lightning reflexes at eye watering speeds. Set within a dynamic open world, players can choose how they want to race too, either by competing in a host of thrilling events against AI opponents or going for a cruise in freedrive mode and testing the limits of the game’s emergent crash mechanics with huge multi-vehicle pile-ups.
With the world fully explorable in both solo and in split-screen multiplayer, Dangerous Driving 2 looks set to have a lot going for it, even more so when you consider the fact that those looking to challenge the best drivers around the globe can take the action online as well.
“Dangerous Driving 2 will truly be our best game yet – delivering new features our fans have been clamouring for such as Nintendo Switch support and split screen, building on the innovations we as game makers are passionate about including interactive music and emergent game modes as well as addressing the areas we weren’t happy with in the last game,” said Alex Ward, Founder and Creative Director of Three Fields Entertainment.
Should you be attending PAX East in Boston, MA on February 27th 2020 then you can get hands-on with Dangerous Driving 2 during its debut at the show, including an exclusive first-look at the game running on Nintendo Switch.
Once that fully confirmed launch date is known we’ll be sure to bring it to you.