Three Fields Entertainment has confirmed a Holiday 2020 release for Dangerous Driving 2. The team has confirmed an online open world, along with split-screen multiplayer, coming to the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
The original Dangerous Driving was considered to be the spiritual successor to the Burnout series, headed by Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, previously with Criterion Games.
Dangerous Driving 2 is the arcade racer for everyone, featuring slick driving that rewards racing fans wanting to test their lightning reflexes at eye watering speeds. Set within a dynamic open world, players can choose how they want to race, either by competing in a host of thrilling events against AI opponents or going for a cruise in freedrive mode and testing the limits of the game’s emergent crash mechanics with huge multi-vehicle pile-ups. This world can be explored solo or in split-screen multiplayer, while those looking to challenge the best drivers around the globe can take the action online. [Gematsu]
More details will be revealed in the coming weeks, as the team is currently prepping for the PAX East show, at the end of the month. You can read their 2020 roadmap here, detailing what’s to come.