Three Fields Entertainmenta company led by Criterion founders Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, has announced that they are working on two new racing games.

The first is Danger Zone 2a sequel to his Danger Zone released in 2017.

The second is Dangerous Drivinga closed-course competitive racing game that sounds like the spiritual successor to Burnout that many fans were waiting for.

Crazy speed and lots of crashes

Both games are being developed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and they couldn’t be more different from each other.

Danger Zone 2 take the crash tests the first installment and puts them on public roads. This gives players the ability to travel on highways in the United States, the United Kingdom, and various locations in Spain. According to the developers, there will be 26 single player levels in 17 different locations.

Dangerous Driving, on the other hand, sounds much more like a Burnout title, which will excite fans. The game is described as “close competitive” racing, and includes things like boosts, knockdowns, destruction, and mass car crashes. “We’re taking everything we’ve learned to develop our most ambitious title to date,” said Alex Ward. “Dangerous Driving has allowed me to get back to doing arcade racing, the kind of software I’m most passionate about.”

Although no more information about the games has been released, Digital Foundry will have an interview with the company soon, so we will surely receive new information and even moving images of both games.


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