Dangerous Driving
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Burnout spiritual successor Dangerous Driving is out April 9th, 2019, developer Three Fields Entertainment has announced.

Two of the co-creators of the original Burnout games are behind the wheel for this one, promising a return to the track-based antics of the original Burnout titles before they went all open-world on us.

Dangerous Driving will feature 30 tracks splits across seven distinct locations, each offering an array of game modes play against either AI drivers or online opponents. The modes sound very Burnout Revenge, including Eliminator, Takedown, and Road Rage.

And now for the bad news, at least for those of you who are vehemently opposed to different storefronts. Dangerous Driving will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, only, you guessed it, it'll be exclusive to the Epic Games Store.