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Carmageddon: Reincarnation Early Access Next Month

Stainless Games announces a March 27th launch date for the Carmageddon: Reincarnation Steam Early Access they teased in September. Here's a wacky new Damage Tech trailer to celebrate the news, and here's word:

From the 27th of March 2014, the legion of long time Carmageddon fans, plus lovers of excess virtual violence everywhere will get to wreak havoc, pain and hilarity once more. This Early Access release is a milestone, as it marks the beginning of a new era in the Carmageddon story. Kickstarter Backers will be able to get behind the wheel two weeks before the Steam Early Access release.

The resulting game (which is now at the Pre-Alpha phase) has even more laughs, more bodily fluids, more thrills, more smashes and more... cows than ever.

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11. Re: Carmageddon: Reincarnation Early Access Next Month Feb 28, 2014, 20:31 jdreyer
SpectralMeat wrote on Feb 28, 2014, 18:56:
Zoom wrote on Feb 28, 2014, 16:32:
SpectralMeat wrote on Feb 28, 2014, 16:22:
Doesn't look nearly as impressive as Next Car Game.
Not sure that Next Car Game will give you an "extra bonus" for maiming pedestrians in reverse or juggling while dismembering them.
Really a game i look forward to, i hope they'll give the finger to censors and go for all out gore and splatter.
I was talking about the technical part of the game not the actual gameplay.
Obviously 2 different type of games, and I've loved Carmageddon back in the day as well so I hope this will turn out great.
It's just that Next Car Game set the bar pretty high in terms of graphics and overall destruction/deformation etc.
Anyways looking forward to check this out when it will be released.

While that may be true, Next Car doesn't have to render a couple of hundred completely deformable pedestrians on the screen at the same time as all the cars and other scenery. Also, Carma levels aren't tracks, they're fully realized sections of landscape, which requires a heavier engine to render. It's expected they're trading graphic fidelity for increased functionality.
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