Damage AllStars developer Lucid Games launched the car battle title with the assurance of regular, extended post-launch support, and while a few of that has already started with brand-new skins and playlists, more meaty support is inbound also. In an update posted on the PlayStation blog, Lucid Games area manager George Rule validated that future web content for Damage AllStars will certainly take on a seasonal method.
The very first season, called Hotshots, will be adding a lot of stuff to the video game. One of the most significant brand-new enhancement is Battle Passes, which will certainly have free rates as well as premium tiers, with aesthetic benefits tied to progression throughout both. A new affordable setting called Blitz is likewise being worked with, which will see four teams of three players each going up against each other. Nothing else details have been shared yet, but you can anticipate a deep dive into the setting in a future upgrade.
A brand-new AllStar and also Hero Vehicle will also be contributed to the video game’s roster with period one (details on that things will certainly also be coming later on), while Damage AllStars is also getting a Photo mode, though it appears like this is only mosting likely to be available for solitary gamer modes (that makes feeling, obviously).
At the same time, the game’s mosting likely to run a double XP weekend break starting tomorrow, while Bluefang’s Challenge collection has actually likewise gone live.
Devastation AllStars is available specifically on PS5. It will certainly be free for all PS And also subscribers up until completion of this month. The game’s price was additionally lately slashed to a much more palatable $1999