The eight offering in the long running Fast and the Furious series has a new title. The new name is now “The Fate of the Furious”.
Universal Pictures has released a new teaser trailer for the film with a full trailer to follow tomorrow. The teaser trailer (seen below) last just a measly 15 seconds but features many scenes from the film including plenty of explosions and we even get to see Charlize Theron's character Cipher (blink and you'll miss it).
Check out the teaser trailer below, The Fate of the Furious will release next year on April 14.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launch of Wreckfest, which was due to be released on November 20, 2018, has now been pushed back to “2019”. The demolition derby themed racing game (originally known as Next Car Game) released on Steam earlier this year after almost five years in Early Access. The postponement will give the […]News
Codemasters announced DiRT Rally 2.0 earlier today, however, you’ll need to be patient as the game won’t launch until Tuesday, February 26, 2019 (across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms). To make the wait even more excruciating, Codemasters has released their first batch of DiRT Rally 2.0 images which give us a tantalising glimpse […]News
Polyphony, the guys behind the Gran Turismo series, recently took to the stage at the SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 industry event (which showcases the latest in computer graphics and techniques) to reveal that they have been secretly working on their own version of real-time ray tracing. Real-time ray tracing (which has been the stuff of dreams […]News
We’ve featured Rally, Extreme-Khana, and V-Rallycross, today is the turn of exclusive buggy racing gameplay from the upcoming off-road racer V-Rally 4. Sticking with our Thrustmaster Sparco R383 Rally Rim and triple screen setup, we take on a buggy discipline race this time from the bumper camera perspective. The short course takes us through rivers, […]News
Slightly Mad Studios is currently working on Project CARS 3, according to the developer’s CEO. In a post on the GTPlanet forums, Slightly Mad’s Ian Bell confirmed a sequel to Project CARS 2 is on the way, though no release date time-frames were cited. Bell also claims Project CARS 3 will be an ambitious title, […]News
Following the GRID announcement yesterday, developer Codemasters has released two new gameplay videos showcasing the locations of San Francisco and Shanghai. The first video gives us a three-minute look at the San Francisco track (which you may remember from the first GRID title, Race Driver: GRID, all the way back in 2008) as we follow […]News
We’ve been waiting oh so patiently for the release date announcement for Truck Driver, that wait will finally come to an end “next week” according to a Tweet from publisher SOEDESCO. Also, the release date announcement is coming next week! — SOEDESCO (@SOEDESCO) May 22, 2019 To coincide with the announcement for the release date […]News
Codemasters has confirmed the beloved GRID series will return to PC and consoles, with an all-new mainline entry in the franchise. Much like its GRID Autosport predecessor from 2014, the new GRID strives to offer an accessible-yet-authentic racing experience; allowing players to race on permanent tracks and challenging street circuits in a variety of racing […]News
We’re quickly approaching the launch date of F1 2019 and to turn up the heat developer Codemasters has released the very first in-game trailer for the officially licensed Formula One title. The new trailer entitled ‘Rise up against your rivals’ gives us a one-minute long look at various replay cameras, action shots, and pit sequences […]News
As promised, Codemasters has today revealed the full breakdown of their Season Two DLC plan for DiRT Rally 2.0. Season Two brings a mix of rally and rallycross cars, two rallycross circuits (Bikernieki, Latvia and Estering, Germany) and the return of the Wales rally with improved visuals. There are a total of six pieces of […]News