Milestone Introduces New Game Called Gravel

Milestone and Square Enix announced Gravel, a new off-road racer that will be made in partnership with The Gravel Channel and their annual OFFROAD MASTERS program. The game is expected to launch next summer for the PS4, PC and Xbox One.

Gravel will feature four game modes or disciplines which are the following:
Wild Rush, combative races in wild locations.
Cross Country, with open maps to explore or to conquer until the last checkpoint.
Speed Cross, real tracks and races without holding anything back.
Stadium Circuit, with arenas and spectacular jumps.

In the press release, Irvin Zonca, Head of Game Design Milestone said,

“Gravel is only racing title on the market to pack a holistic off-road experience into a single game.. It celebrates off-road racing by taking players to exotic locations around the world with some of the most exciting vehicles ever created. Thanks to the Unreal Engine 4, Milestone can finally unleash its creativity by tackling the arcade-genre with the most ambitious off-road racing game ever created. Bearing in mind the concepts of fun, competition, speed and adrenaline, we had the chance to think big by putting the best elements into the same game that we could create: photorealistic graphics, a dynamic time of day and weather system, accessible physics that can be enjoyed by everybody, breath-taking locations where players can race at full speed rushing through forests, snowy mountains, dunes and deserts. We love the way Gravel is shaping up and we believe that the players will be amazed by how funny and fresh this game will be.”


Written by Michael Cwick

Michael Cwick

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