GRAVEL | Season Pass and DLC Plan

Check out the details for the GRAVEL Season Pass and DLC plan below. We haven’t got long to wait as GRAVEL will launch on February 27 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. I’m very excited for this arcade racer, how about you? Let us know in our forums if you’ll be grabbing this game or any others.

Players who pre-order GRAVEL digitally or from local retailers will be rewarded with the Porsche Rallye DLC Pack for free. The add-on content will include the Porsche 924 GTS Rallye, Porsche 959 Rallye and three official badges taken from the 1986, 1982 and 1981 rally events. The Porsche Rallye DLC Pack aims to give Porsche enthusiasts the adrenaline rush of driving through the world’s wildest locations in the 924 GTS and the 959 Rallye.

Milestone, one of the leading racing developers in the world, announces the GRAVEL Season Pass. Content will include five premium DLC expansions, all of which will be released between February and June.

Additionally, Milestone is pleased to announce GRAVEL Special Edition, which is available now for pre-order. Gamers looking for the full GRAVEL experience will enjoy access to the full game and Season Pass.

Season Pass:
For the ultimate GRAVEL experience, the Season Pass will grant access to 12 new vehicles, 10 check point tracks, four new Wild Rush circuits and two new Off-Road Career Events.

In addition to the Season Pass, free content updates will be available for all players to help broaden their garage with new vehicles. The first two freemium cars are the Bowler Bulldog and Acciona.

  • Bowler Bulldog:
    Available March 7th, Great Britain’s new Bowler Bulldog is a powerful ride that makes the off-road experience even more thrilling than before. Dash through deserts or scream through stadiums in this unforgettable beast.
  • Acciona:
    The Acciona might be powered by an electric engine, but it can defeat the field just as well as any other vehicle. Available March 21st, the Accoina will be the first and only electric car coming to GRAVEL.
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    Six freemium content packs will be included starting in March. Details on additional content updates will be announced in the days ahead.

    Written by Chazz Harrington

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