Empire Interactive announces that the U.S. edition of FlatOut is gold, and that
Bugbear's racing game, already available in Europe, should arrive in U.S. stores
on July 12 for all three target systems:
Empire Interactive, a U.K.
computer games developer and publisher, today announced that FlatOut? has gone
gold. The over-the-top racing game, distributed by Vivendi Universal Games in
the U.S., will hit retail shelves this July.
FlatOut brings racing mayhem to a new level with 36 challenging tracks, fully
destructible environments, 16 fully upgradeable cars and six death-defying bonus
events. Anything destroyed or altered stays a part of the race – broken fences,
free rolling tires, and even mangled parts of cars are left scattered around the
track, increasing the carnage with every lap. Drivers will even be thrown from
The chaos continues off the classic track in three destruction derby arenas,
three head-on collision dirt tracks and six outrageous “Rag Doll Olympics” bonus
games that utilize driver ejection to the fullest.
FlatOut will be available on July 12th for PlayStation®2 computer entertainment
system, Xbox™ videogame system from Microsoft and the PC. Drivers will be able
to compete online with up to six players on PlayStation 2 and up to eight
players on Xbox.
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