I hope no one is expecting spectacular AAA releases in February. If that's the case, then I have to disappoint you – the month will be defined by to smaller and much more unimposing games. This is not to say that they're inferior. Nevertheless, the selection brings a diverse set of games, so players from all walks of play should find something interesting.
That, at least, is my hope. I, for one, am eager to check out Rustler. You'll find nine of our suggestions below, so let us know if any catch your eye.
Release Date: February 2, 2021
- Genre: Action
- Platforms: PS5
- Approximate Price: Approx. (PS5)
What is Destruction AllStars?
Destruction AllStars is a PlayStation 5 exclusive coming in February. What will users of other platforms lose? A production deceptively reminiscent of Destruction Derby. This time, we will fight using futuristic cars. The word "fight" is worth emphasizing, because in Destruction AllStars it's not our position at the finish line that counts, but the chaos and mayhem we spread on the arena.
What will Destruction AllStars have to offer?
Destruction AllStars is for people who like action. Using different machines, your goal is to be the last car standing. The task will not be easy, because the drivers of other cars will do everything to wreck your ride, preferably totally. However, it's worth noting that depending on the mode and selected arena, victory conditions may vary. As you progress, you will unlock new heroes with special abilities and more vehicles with unique features. It's worth noting that Destruction AllStars bets on online gameplay.
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