The new content features an all new dynamic track to race through, an all new arena to battle in, and a couple of new cars with all new skins.
In thew press release Kylotonn Games and Strategy First announced that there are two new tracks in the form of Modern Warfare and the New Docks. The new arena that they’ve added to the game is called the Concrete Pillars. They also have two new cars in the form of the Autobat and the All Star Wildhorse.
The two new cars also come with seven new skins, three of which are for the Autobat and four for the Wildhorse. You can use your eyes to lick the vehicular details off the screenshots below.
I can’t be the only one to notice that the rear end of the Autobat looks an awful lot like the 1960’s Batmobile? Right?
Anyway, the cars and the tracks are currently available in the racing game for home consoles.
Flatout 4: Total Insanity came out a while back during the spring. During an interview it was mentioned that it was possible that if the opportunity arose and the sales for the Nintendo Switch were decent enough, they would consider porting Flatout 4 to the Nintendo Switch. We all know that Nintendo’s little hybrid could definitely stand to use a few more racing games that aren’t Mario Kart.
Anyway, you can grab the DLC for Flatout 4 from the PlayStation Store or Xbox Store, assuming you already own a copy of the game.
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