Speed Freeks Brings Twisted Metal To Warhammer 40K

The Warhammer 40,000 franchise, owned and operated by Games Workshop, is developing a new auto-combat racing game to satisfy the void Twisted Metal left in fans’ hearts. Warhammer 40,000: Speed Freeks is a class-based, multiplayer automobile combat racing coming to Windows PC. A 2018 miniatures game inspired the game and will be free to play. An alpha playtest will be released on Steam on Thursday.

In Speed Freeks, there’s more to the game than simply wanton devastation, even if it may seem like the main attraction is blowing up Orks while you’re behind the wheel.

Speed Freeks Brings Twisted Metal To Warhammer 40K

In the various game modes, players will compete against one another while using a wide array of rigs, each of which falls into one of three categories: damage, tank, or support. In Chase Mode, teams will be taking points and battling to control them, while in Convoy Mode, the objective will be to defend your convoy while attempting to disrupt the one belonging to the other side.

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There will presumably also be the opportunity to participate in Speed Freeks’ 16-player bouts and blast each other apart.

Polygon tweeted that Warhammer 40K goes Twisted Metal in the combat racer Speed Freeks. You can see below:

Plaion is the company that is responsible for publishing Warhammer 40,000: Speed Freeks. The game is being developed by Caged Element, who also created the combat racing game Grip. Grip has a feel similar to that of the games Wipeout and MotorStorm. If you get into the alpha test for Speed Freeks, you should anticipate some glitches because the creator described it as “a bit scrappy, ramshackle, and bolted together.”

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