Off the back of their debut release, Dangerous Golf, Three Fields Entertainment today announced the long-awaited return of drivable destruction with Danger Zone. Set in a “virtual crash testing facility”, players are invited to drive recklessly in twenty distinct scenarios, causing as much damage and destruction as is vehicularly possible.
Danger Zone shares a lot of DNA with its equally-angry, sporty cousin, with a keen focus on physical realism in the midst of beautiful chaos. The SmashBreaker is back too, of course, equipping players with the licence to strategically detonate their vehicle, in the interest of maximum annihilation.
No word yet on an Xbox One release, but expect Danger Zone to hit Windows 10 next month.
Three Fields Entertainment, an independent studio comprising some of the legendary minds behind Burnout, today unveiled their first game.
Long teased as an “innovative new twist on a sports game”, Dangerous Golf sends players—not to the course—but rather a series of unexpected locales, including a hotel kitchen, petrol station, palace ballroom, and a medieval castle.
So, presumably players must carefully navigate these areas to get the lowest score they can, right? Wrong. Your job is to rack up the biggest bill you can, with maximum destruction and chaos, ultimately culminating in—you guessed it—the almighty SmashBreaker.
Three Fields Entertainment broke ground in early 2014 following a major internal restructuring and a series of departures from EA’s Criterion Games studio. Since then, they’ve been hard at work on their first release as an independent studio.
For Dangerous Golf, Three Fields is working closely with both Epic and Nvidia to crank up the action, with the power of Unreal Engine 4 and PhysX, to deliver a “truly physics based game experience”.
As for what might be around the corner? Well, you might want to strap in.
Dangerous Golf releases digitally this May on Xbox One.