Stuntfest: World Tour: A Summer Of Stunts [VIDEO]

Pow Wow Entertainment’s game is going into closed beta on Steam. However, only 500 players will be invited…


The video below popped up during THQ Nordic Digital Showcase 2022. You can sign up for the game’s closed beta on Valve’s digital platform to try out the game’s mix of racing and extreme sports. Its Steam page reads, “Stuntfest: World Tour is the sweet adrenaline-kicking mix between racing and extreme sports with a unique aimed ejection mechanism. Eighteen players compete against each other in an elimination-based Stuntshow through various nerve-wracking game modes. The goal? To shine on stage and become the winner of the festival.

Characters turn into living projectiles, ejected from the vehicles and catapulted hundreds of meters through the air. The player maintains control when manoeuvring their character while hurtling over vast distances and after crashing through unpredictable obstacles. Up in the air, the player can take advantage of quirky gadgets to reach secret shortcuts and turn the tables at the last second. And the best part: Recover after a high jump and dive back into the next vehicle on the road!

Need a break from the action? Meet up and fool around in the Stuntfest arena, a vast festival area where you can flex your reflexes and surround yourself with other kindred stunt buddies. Use the pit in the backstage area to upgrade and customize your car or character and become the next champion of the insane Stuntshow tournament! […] From a punkster granny to a famous streamer, choose your favourite character and make it your own through various skins! […]”

So Pow Wow Entertainment has essentially taken the concept of Bugbear Entertainment (they developed the unofficial spiritual sequel to FlatOut, Wreckfest, but that didn’t have the mini-games) and mixed it with the gameplay and style of Wreckfest. The result is Stuntfest: World Tour, scheduled for release later this year. It doesn’t look very original, but if the result is better than FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction (it’s not hard because that was a sloppy game…), then we have nothing to be seriously disappointed about.

Source: Gematsu

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