Three Fields Entertainment has announced Dangerous Driving will come to the PC via the Epic Games store with no mention of a Steam version to come.
A few weeks back, we learned that Dangerous Driving was delayed two months to April 9, allowing the developer to make improvements including increasing top speeds across the board.
You can get a good feel for the increased speed in the ridiculously fast-paced gameplay featured in the newly released video below.
Dangerous Driving gives players the chance to race at break-neck speeds on 30 courses set across seven different locations. Players can race offline against AI drivers in “over 8” different event types including Takedown, Heatwave, Elimination, Road Rage, and Pursuit, as well as online against up to seven fellow human beings.
If everything has gone to plan, Three Fields Entertainment should’ve submitted their latest arcade racer to Microsoft and Sony yesterday, February 14 – let’s hope they spread the love.
Dangerous Driving will release across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms on April 9, 2019. The digital version will retail for £24.99. The physical version, published by Maximum Games, bundles Three Fields’ recently released “Danger Zone 2” title as a bonus and comes with a price point of £29.99.
Check out the latest Dangerous Driving screens below.