Last year, the original Dangerous Driving released and it was a ton of fun. Alex Ward and his small team were able to bring back the fun and destruction of the Burnout games of yesteryear. Dangerous driving allows you to pick up a controller and get right into a game. You can spend minutes or hours in the game if you want to. The sensation of speed and weight of crashing was great. Everything that the team did well, they brought over to the new game and made them better. There are some new features including a more open world and a new soundtrack that will be discussed more as we get closer to release. You can expect Dangerous Driving 2 to release Holiday 2020 for Xbox One, PC, and now the Nintendo Switch. It looks like it will also make an appearance on the new generation of consoles. Keep your eyes out for more information about Dangerous Driving 2 and it’s release date. Until then, check out the developer interview below.
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