Next Car Game wobbles dangerously into Steam Early Access

Next Car Game

By on January 16, 2014 at 8:51 am

Bugbear’s smash-em, crash-em, soft-body-physics-toting Next Car Game has pulled up on Steam’s Early Access program, and for a hefty 17% off as well.

The game comes to you from the people behind Flatout, so if you enjoyed that and/or you enjoy the general concept of smashing cars into each other at top speed, this is the game for you. Here’s a very dramatic reveal trailer!

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Lord_PorkSword

Some good good times so far in their sneak peek v2.0 demo!
The derby gametype has been very interesting as well. Here’s hoping they increase the amount of debris that fly off the car.

 

Loved Flatout 1 & 2 so I’ll definitely be keeping my eye on this one.

 

Posted this on the facebook post but repeating here anyway, 17% off brings the cost to the same as if you purchase from the devs directly via http://nextcargame.com/pre-order/ so if you are going to buy it and want to give the devs a bit more money (buying direct means Valve doesn’t get a cut) then buy from there…you still get a Steam Key buying direct.

 

Popped up a discussion topic as we see this one grow over the next few months :)

http://games.on.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=200396

 

Got one of the more expensive tiers because I have been waiting years for a good demolition derby to come out.

 

Been backing this since there was only $5K raised on their site. Loved Flatout 1 and 2 and the genre totally needs to be revived as it allowed skilled players to have a good race with total amateurs as well. Nothing was ever set in stone and most of those went flying too :D

 
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