The announcement of the Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged racing arcade took place

The Billbil-Kun insider was right again: Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged already officially on the horizon. In the announcement of Mattel and the developer Milestone, the details of the new game were presented, as well as the cinematic trailer and the release date for consoles and PC – October 19, 2023.

Milestone stated that Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged will include "A greater variety of cars and environment", Including – according to the trailer – off -road driving (or, in this case, off -road) by crossed terrain. They also added two new game mechanics: "jerk", which can be used to dodge the approaching objects or push opponents from the road, and "bounce", which will help "find hidden short tracks" And "Open new sections of the track". Motorcycles and ATVs are also debuted in the starting list of 130 cars, although it is still unclear whether they will differ from more traditional four -wheeled options.

In Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged, the Track Editor tool from the first game will also return, with which players can create original racing tracks from scratch. According to Milestone, this time there will be even more opportunities, including a number of new functions that "will increase the variety of tracks created by players". Cross-platform exchange of user content will be available from the first day.

While the original game received some criticism for the lack of game modes, Milestone promised "many new gaming modes" In Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged, including "Events that will push drivers skills to the limit or teach them to own the art of drift and avoid accidents with speed and accuracy". The separated screen mode for two players also returned, but this time with "the opportunity to create a party with friends and add cross-games". Cross Fold will not be available on Nintendo Switch.

One of the most noticeable new additions to Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: TurboCharged is a more in -depth plot mode, including four original characters whose biographies and personality "will be presented in animated scenes, immersing riders into a fascinating narrative. ". Are these characters of normal people playing with toys, or they themselves exist on a scale of 1/64, is still unknown.