Sony is reportedly trusting the developers of the PlayStation 5-only Destruction All Stars for the resurrection of the rumored Twisted Metal.
VGC reports that UK-based Destruction All Stars creator Lucid is working on a new twisted metal installment for the first time in more than a decade. Rumors of twisted metal games surfaced earlier this month when Jeff Grubb of GamesBeat heard that a revival was underway, but said it could be a long way off. The television show to which the game is reportedly starred Anthony Mackie as John Doe.
Since the restart of Twisted Metal in 2012, there has been no mainline game in the series. This is called “amazing” in twisted metal reviews. According to some sources in the report, the game has a model that you can play for free. This is similar to the last-minute development shift for Destruction All Stars.
Destruction All Stars was initially set for the $ 70 launch title for the PS5. Just a few weeks before its launch, the game was postponed to 2021 and was available for free for about two months to all PlayStation Plus subscribers before being listed on the PlayStation Store for $ 20.
The developers said it makes the most sense to play the game for “the widest possible audience”. Despite the goal of serving the game to as many people as possible, developers have added bots to multiplayer to make up for the low number of players. We called Destruction All Stars “OK” in the review, saying, “There’s also a great party game foundation here, but at launch it’s too inexperienced to be considered one Destruction All Stars so far.”
Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant..