Mad Max’s new trailer features cars smashing into each other at top speed

Mad Max

By on April 28, 2014 at 8:09 am

A new trailer for Avalanche Studios’ Mad Max has been released over the weekend, being highlighted on Sony’s PlayStation 4 YouTube channel — although the game is, of course, coming to PC and all platforms when it launches.

There’s still no exact date for that launch yet, but we do know that Max will have a proper Aussie voice actor after much fan outcry, and that players will be given plenty of choice in how they approach missions.

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Still not sure if want

 

American accented narrator/10

 

jme:
American accented narrator/10

And advertising for a car customising company(and tv show) ,can’t really see myself picking this up.

 

What the hell is with the West Coast Customs crap?

And the game itself looks pretty awful from that footage.

 

makena:
Still not sure if want

Every time I see something on this game I get the same feeling. I have to keep reminding myself that these are the guys that did Just Cause, they should have some idea how to do a fun open world style game – because what they’re actually showing is not that.

 

I think they may be doing more bad than good with this video :(

 
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