Destruction All Stars Featuring a new trailer and its gameplay mode detailed by developer Lucid Games, you can enjoy the turmoil of the vehicle that you can look forward to when the game is released early next year.
As detailed on the PlayStation blog, each of these game modes can be played solo, in teams with other AI players, or of course in the game’s online multiplayer with friends and rivals. Mayhem starts with us and plays like a standard deathmatch. You need to damage and destroy as many enemies as possible within the set time limit, and of course the player with the highest score wins.
Carnado spins things by destroying opponents and storing them in vehicles, allowing them to acquire game collectibles (called Gears). In the middle of the arena is the deadly Carnado, where you can drive and cache those points to sacrifice your ride. You can get a new set of wheels on foot by grabbing a wheel or stealing it from your opponent. ..
Stockpiling is a team-based mode in which gear is dropped when you destroy an enemy. However, you must leave the vehicle in a relatively safe place to pick it up. Then go to one of the three banks on the map, stand on it, cash your Gears, and charge your team’s bank. Most banks at the end of the game to win the game.
Finally, Gridfall acts like a vehicle battle royale, with 16 cars departing from the arena as part of the ground gives way. Simply knock out the enemy from the map or move to a higher ground for temporary safety. There are a certain number of respawns, but if they are missing, they will be eliminated.
You can check the trailer for yourself below, and Destruction All Stars Will be released exclusively for PlayStation 5 in February, and will be offered as a free game to PlayStation Plus subscribers for two months after its release.