Three Fields Entertainment are back. After failed attempts to relive the Burnout ‘Crash’ dream with Dangerous Golf and Danger Zone, they’re back with another crack at the crash test game mode.
Danger Zone 2 breaks out of the cramped confines of the original and puts players back out on the open road, the proper Burnout way. It’ll feature new cars, more varied objectives, and an expansive campaign that encompasses 26 levels split across 17 unique locations. Your goal is pretty simple - crash for cash and attempt to make the biggest car smash.
Tantalisingly, Danger zone 2 is also out real soon, launching in July for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Here are the first screenshots.
But that’s not all that Three Fields has up its voluminous sleeves. They’ve also announced Dangerous Driving, an honest-to-goodness spiritual successor to the Burnout series. That means the competitive racing through dense traffic that we came to love, using closed circuits rather than the open-world racing of Burnout.
“We’re taking all that we’ve learnt to develop our most ambitious title to date,” said studio creative director Alex Ward.
“Dangerous Driving gets me back to making arcade racing, the kind of software I am most passionate about. For the first time, fans will be able to come along on the journey of how we‘re creating the game via regular live streams.”
Three Fields is targeting a winter release for Dangerous Driving.