FlatOut Ultimate Carnage Released 22 June Game Trailer
Released 22 June
FlatOut Ultimate Carnage is released 22 June exclusive to XBox 360. This is the third installment in the FlatOut franchise from Empire Games.
Key Game Facts 12 cars racing on screen 4 new characters 2 game choices Career Mode and Arcade Mode Multiplayer in Live! mode Dowloadable content support New particle effects
12 cars racing on screen
4 new characters
2 game choices
Career Mode and Arcade Mode
Multiplayer in Live! mode
Dowloadable content support
New particle effects
With nitrous tanks fully charged and V8 engines revving, Empire Interactive gives the green light on 22nd June 2007 to this year's most destructive and high-octane racer, FlatOut Ultimate Carnage; exclusively designed in eyeball high definition for the Xbox 360.
Taking the trademark mayhem of FlatOut and FlatOut 2, FlatOut Ultimate Carnage is arcade destruction racing at its best and most extreme - FlatOut's peerless real world physics engine combines vehicles built from 40 plus deformable parts with over 8,000 destructible objects per track. Fully embracing and utilising the Xbox 360 Live functionality the game offers the player a wide variety of offline multiplayer options. All offline game modes are supported by Live!
"With three distinct game styles, an integrated career mode and intense in-your-face destructive action, FlatOut Ultimate Carnage will be the gaming world's most smash-tastic driving game to date," said Rob Noble, Empire European Marketing Manager. "This is one game you need to check out for its amazing action, spectacular visuals and just superb action racing."
There are a huge number of race styles to suit your mood and preferences. Career racing - compete in progressively tougher championship wrecking your way through 3 classes to become the ultimate FlatOut champion. Arcade racing - Deathmatch Destruction Derbies, time trials and crash filled challenges.
Highly competitive racing against 12 drivers in single player modes from a choice of 48 cars on 39 tracks in six different environments, allows you to wreck you way across parched deserts, massive storm drains and narrow city streets.
Thanks to the Xbox Live there is a fantastic eight driver online multiplayer functionality, including all single player modes plus exclusive Deathmatch Derbies and Head On race modes.
The hilarious Ragdoll characters are also back! The Ragdoll is a unique to FlatOut - which is catapulted through your windscreen or, even better, the other driver's windscreen as they are wrecked out of the race. Additionally, there are the 12 Ragdoll crunching mini games e.g. High Jump, Stone Skipping, Ring of Fire, Field Goal and Free Kick.
If that wasn't enough the cars look stunning. You can see every scratch and dent all with real-time environment mapping to create a grittier realistic appearance. Dynamic shadow maps for every 3D object on the track including buildings, scenery and cars making all movement exceptionally smooth. Improved particle effects e.g. Dust, dirt, smoke, water splashes and bouncing sparks can take your focus off the road. Don't get distracted!
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