FlatOut 4: Total Insanity will from today retail at $29.99 after receiving a drop in price. The news comes at the same time that Kylotonn Games announced the arrival of new downloadable content called Docks and Roll.
The DLC will include seven new skins, two new tracks, two new cars, two new stunts and one new arena, and cost $9.99.
Kylotonn described the add-on as the following:
Prepare for another serving of racing mayhem with all-new FlatOut 4: Total Insanity “Docks and Roll” downloadable content (DLC) for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One. Available today for $9.99, players can cause havoc in brand-new dynamic track and arena locations, all while styling on opponents in new playable cars and skins.
The FlatOut 4: Total Insanity “Docks and Roll” DLC includes:
- 2 new tracks (Modern Warehouse and New Docks);
- 1 new arena (Concrete Pillars);
- 2 new cars (classic Autobat and All Star Wildhorse);
- 7 new skins (3 for the Autobat, 4 for the Wildhorse);
- 2 new stunts (Escape the Vault and Punching Bag).
For our readers who have yet to clap eyes on the game, the official description reads:
Developed by Kylotonn Games and published by Strategy First, FlatOut 4: Total Insanity brings the mayhem competitively in both online and offline multiplayer races in this latest rendition of the FlatOut franchise. With the games’ illustrious nitro boosts, players can dominate the race course, while violently ramming into rival racers at break-neck speeds in a wide variety of dynamically changing tracks, arenas and game modes.
Alternatively you can read our review of the arcade-racer here.
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