Destruction AllStars gameplay has finally been revealed during Sony’s State of Play presentation. Here’s what we know!
Now that our hype has subsided and we’ve watched the Destruction AllStars gameplay video twelve times in a row, we can reveal what we know.
Fans will know that we’ve been waiting for this gameplay video for some time. So it’s great to finally see what Destruction AllStars will be like when it releases on the 2nd of February 2021.
Just in case you didn’t realize, that’s next Tuesday. So let the vehicular combat commence!
The game was originally going to be a PS5 launch title, but Sony delayed it to give the title some further polish.
While frustrating at the time, we ultimately felt like it was the best decision. As is often the case when games face delays.
What Does The Destruction AllStars Gameplay Video Show?
The gameplay video shows off each character and their abilities; this also includes their own unique car and the powers each possesses. We can’t wait to give each one a try.
We also can't wait to try each one in the various modes that the Destruction AllStars gameplay video showed off. So far, we’ve seen Carnado, Stockpile, and finally Gridfall.
Each one looks fun and will suit a variety of different gameplay styles. Yet we suspect each will end in a totally trashed pile of cars!
Players will be able to customize their car with a selection of cosmetic items, including those purchased through microtransactions.
This is something most people expected as the game will be free to download for most players.
That’s because the game will also make up part of February’s PS Plus line-up on PS5, which is excellent news for subscribers of the service.