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FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage is the third game in the FlatOut demolition racing series, known earlier as FlatOut: Total Carnage. FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage was officially announced February 1, 2007, and was released on July 22, 2007 in Europe, on August 1, 2007 in Australia and on October 2, 2007 in North America for Xbox 360.[1] The game is an enhanced remake of FlatOut 2 featuring new gameplay modes and graphics as well as at least 2 new cars. A demo for the Xbox 360 version was released on Xbox Live Marketplace on July 19, 2007. The Microsoft Windows version was released through the Steam network on August 26, 2008. There is also a handheld version of the game for the PlayStation Portable called FlatOut: Head On.
FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage GPU Frames Per Second Chart

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FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage User Submitted Frame Per Second Results

Our next development is focused on incorporating our bespoke machine learning code that continues to enhance these FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage frames per second results as more and more of you (PC gamers) submit your own frame rates. Submitted frame rates will automatically be processed, removing anomalies and building increasingly reliable game FPS from all the good data until the performance graph above is pinpoint accurate. The more benchmarks you submit, the more confident we can be in the FPS prediction data across all games and hardware.

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