Wreckfest has qualified for release

by MaddOx
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Wreckfest, the most destructive and critically acclaimed* racing game by legendary Finnish game developer Bugbear Entertainment has completed the qualifying and stands on pole position for its release on August 27th 2019 to race onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

You can Pre-Order the game now by clicking HERE, and if you’re wondering why you should, just check out the trailer below:

Janne Alanenpää, CEO and Creative Director of Bugbear Entertainment said:

It’s a great day! Bugbear Entertainment has been working hard on Wreckfest and we are happy to finally welcome the console players to the racing tracks. We’ve improved the PC version from 2018 tremendously, new tracks, cars, options, customizations and more – It’s the best banger racing experience ever.

Wreckfest will be available in both standard and deluxe versions, while the digital deluxe edition offers a 24-hour head start into the game on August 26th 2019, both versions will include the exclusive Bandit Ripper V8 racer for everyone who chooses to preorder, digitally or retail**.

The Deluxe Edition also contains the Season Pass, which will grant access to 20 new cars, 20 special roof decorations and additional car customizations like armour, rims and more. This new content will be released step by step after the release, along with free content updates.


Standard Edition: USD 39.99 / EUR 39.99 / GBP 34.99 / RUB 2,599 / AUD 59.95
Digital Deluxe Edition: USD 59.99 / EUR 59.99 / GBP 54.99 / RUB 3,599 / AUD 99.95

Do existing owners of Wreckfest (PC) get anything, when the console version launches? YES! On August 27 Wreckfest will receive a big free update, including: 

  • 3 entirely new tracks and 1 new derby arena
  • 3 new crazy challenge vehicles
  • 1 new reward car for finishing the career
  • New & improved career events
  • Several new paint jobs for existing vehicles
  • Additional daytimes for all tracks
  • … and some more cool stuff!

For more gaming news, click right HERE.

*On June 27th, Metacritic.com showed an 81/100 based on 32 critics for the PC Version
**participating retailers only

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