Crash and burn?
There’s no sugarcoating this one: Fast & Furious: Crossroads seems flat-out terrible. It appears like one million years in the past that The Game Awards capped off with a reveal of a bad-looking Fast & Furious game. Maybe it was all a dream. Nope, that occurred and now we’ve additional proof that that is in all probability going to be a lemon.
Developer Slightly Mad Studios (who’s a part of the Codemasters family now) launched a brand new Crossroads gameplay trailer at present. It’s an especially linear automotive shooter, apparently. It type of seems like Split/Second, however Split/Second was good and has the good thing about being 10 years previous at this level. Fast & Furious: Crossroads does not strike me as one thing that’ll be good or enjoyable, and it additionally has the burden of being evaluated by 2020’s requirements.
But do not take my phrase for it! Watch the trailer and see for your self. It seems like a last-gen sport with cell mechanics. It feels just like the best-case situation is that Fast & Furious: Crossroads is so dangerous that it is enjoyable to play — like in the identical manner that The Room is enjoyable to observe.
Slightly Mad and writer Bandai Namco determined this one wants a bit extra time within the store. Although Crossroads was imagined to launch in May 2020, this trailer is accompanied by the announcement that the sport is delayed till August 7. It’s releasing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.