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Remember Destruction AllStars? It debuted on PS Plus in February. This multiplayer vehicular combat title’s dwindling player count aside, developer Lucid Games is rumoured to already be looking to the future with a different IP: Twisted Metal.
The series hasn’t seen a release in nearly a decade – the last was on PS3 – and supposedly the new game would see a 2023 release to coincide with an upcoming TV show. Given Lucid Games’ previous experience with Destruction AllStars, car combat MOBA Switchblade,
and a small role on Need For Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered, it seems an obvious candidate to take up Twisted Metal’s reins. This new entry may be based on a free-to-play model, allegedly in response to Destruction AllStars’ last-minute switch from making its debut as a full-priced release to a PS Plus offering. Given both Destruction AllStars and Switchblade struggled to find an audience, time will tell if Twisted Metal will be on to a winner this way.