Kickstarter For Bugbear’s Next Car Game Cancelled, Pre-Order Campaign Launched

Next Car Game

Bad news for all racing fans as the Kickstarter campaign for Bugbear’s Next Car Game has been cancelled. According to the Finish team, it became obvious to them that the Kickstarter campaign would not meet its goal, therefore it decided to cancel it and focus its efforts on the game’s pre-order campaign.

In addition, the company has released a sneak peek tech demo for all those who backed this project up. Naturally, those who pre-order the game will get instant access to this tech build, and will be able to play newer versions of this racing game via its Early Access program.

As the team noted:

“The sneak peek features a playground that we use internally to test various features various like car damage and environment destruction. The best thing about it is that you will get a chance to have fun and wreak havoc with an amazing 24 cars!

In the full game the action will take place on many locations, including a number of race tracks and derby arenas. We’re also going to improve the gameplay and technology on many fronts such as car damage and handling, and our Early Access customers will get a chance to experience these improvements first-hand during the Early Access phase!”

Those interested can pre-purchase Next Car Game from itsĀ official website.

Enjoy!

Next Car Game: First gameplay video

Next Car Game: Sneak Peek Trailer

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