Onrush ‘Race, Wreck, Repeat’ trailer

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Onrush

Codemasters has released a new gameplay trailer for Onrush, dubbed “Race, Wreck, Repeat.”

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Codemasters:

In Onrush players race hard and wreck even harder. However, unlike other arcade racers, ONRUSH will throw you right back in the thick of the action faster than you can say takedown. This allows players the opportunity to race and battle harder than they’ve ever done before, because revenge is always just seconds away.

As the Race, Wreck, Repeat trailer highlights, each track has multiple routes. A player can use the variety of avenues to their advantage, or, more often than not, disadvantage. Wince-inducing pinch points, stomach- churning near-misses and unforgiving environmental obstacles all play a pivotal role in testing a player’s reactions and keeping them on the edge of their seat.

Each track is also multi-layered, meaning the player can chose to stick to the ground, or go up high in order to wipe-out an opponent from above with a crushing takedown.

Onrush is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 5.

Watch the trailer below.

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