Sony has announced changes to its launch lineup for PlayStation 5, postponing the release date of Destruction AllStars.
Product Development Director Pete Smith said Destruction AllStars is moving to February 2021. The game was originally planned to be released on November 12, 2020 as a launch project for the PlayStation 5. In addition, at the start of sales, Destruction AllStars will be handed out for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers for two months.
“We want as many people as possible to experience the chaos on PS5, and what better way than bringing the game to our PlayStation Plus subscribers?” Smith writes.
Gamers were promised a new trailer with additional details about the game so that they know what to expect from the project in February. Players who have already pre-ordered Destruction AllStars will get their money back, regardless of the version of the game (retail or digital).
Recall that Destruction AllStars is a multiplayer arcade game in the spirit of an auto derby, where participants get into an unusual car and try to break each other’s transport. Traps and jumps are placed on the map, which at the same time complicates the process, but I can also play into the hands of the players.