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Crash Drive 3 is a new fast-paced stunt racer out now

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Developed by M2H, one of the teams responsible for the likes of Verdun, Tannenberg and Marooners they've just released Crash Drive 3 as the latest crazy stunt racer.

Crash Drive 3 provides five different areas with a big open world to explore. There's various competitive events to join in-game including special mini-games like cops and robbers, scenery tagging with stunts, destroying a giant beach ball, tank battles, take the kings crown and more. As you progress in the game there's a customization and upgrades system too, so you get to race your way with over 50 different vehicles.

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M2H co-founder Mike Hergaarden said: “The Crash Drive community has been hyped for the new game, and we knew we had to give them a simultaneous 9 platform release with full cross-play so that nobody would be left out of the launch day excitement! It was no small task, but we’re proud that every Crash Drive fan will be able to play together on day one, whether they’re PC, console, or mobile gamers!”.

We've requested a key to see if we can take a proper look in a future article. It looks really good though, and the previous game was loved by players and early indicators point to another quality title here.

You can buy Crash Drive 3 on Steam.

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AsciiWolf Jul 9, 2021
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Yes! I am going to buy it and will play this evening. Crash Drive 2 was my favourite game.
Chuckaluphagus Jul 9, 2021
This looks a lot like Excite Truck, an old Nintendo Wii racer. I loved that game, and might want to check out this one, too.
scaine Jul 9, 2021
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Big Red Racing... is... is that you??
Liam Dawe Jul 9, 2021
Quoting: scaineBig Red Racing... is... is that you??
That's a blast from the past I didn't expect to hear again. Used to love that.
Baker Jul 9, 2021
Is there a damage model for the cars/racers?
EvilSquirrel Jul 9, 2021
There is no damage model and you can't die as far as I can tell. I played for 90 minutes. The game is great. It's not really a racing game, more like a battle arena with cars.
14 Jul 10, 2021
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Makes me think of Rush 2049, which I spent hours playing with my cousin. I guess that was 20 years ago.
nsrosenqvist Jul 10, 2021
Anyone know if it supports local multiplayer?
TangoBaker Jul 11, 2021
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: scaineBig Red Racing... is... is that you??
That's a blast from the past I didn't expect to hear again. Used to love that.

Now we've accounted for all 3 people who remember that game.
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