Sony unveiled new details of Destruction AllStars, which includes how the multiplayer, vehicular combat game works, and how much it’ will cost.
Produced by Lucid, Destruction AllStars have a cost of $70, joining the list of next-generation games, getting a $10 price rise from the standard $60. In some articles, Sony also started a digital deluxe edition that will cost $80. The deluxe version adds cosmetic products like skins, emotes, and in-game money used to customize vehicles.
The game is a PlayStation 5 exclusive and will issue on November 12.
The game seems like a mix among Twisted Metal and OnRush. Players pick one of 16 separate characters and enter a field where the aim is to destroy other cars. When a player’s car is destroyed, they play as the driver, who can use parkour skills and tempt cars into traps.
Characters and vehicles have unique techniques that can be practiced in battle, which load up like ultimate abilities in a game like Overwatch. Characters get facilities like invisibility or protection, while cars can activate unique weapons, shields, and buffs. Arenas are developed with both vehicle and on-foot mobility in mind and feature discontinued platforms that players can jump up to. The game features have both solo and team forms, with Sony saying that more forms and features will be attached after launch. New updates will have no charge to all players.
The Article highlights cosmetics as a major part of the game and features in-game money earned by playing games online. Sony didn’t define whether or not the money can be bought with real money as well.
PlayStation 5 Destruction AllStars was first revealed back at Sony’s Future of Gaming live stream in July. After that, the company has been quiet about the game, even after stating it as a PlayStation 5 launch earlier this month.