New Onrush Trailer Shows Multiple Ways Of Taking Out Your Rivals

This takedown-focused trailer for Codemasters new arcade racing game Onrush could help you channel any pent-up road rage in a safe way. Good thing console controllers are easily replaceable, right?

Onrush is coming out on June 5t, on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game pitches players into 6 vs 6 racing battles where teamwork is essential in order to achieve victory. The price for the game is $59.99.

The new trailer is meant to showcase how teamwork among racers can lead to a wide range of stunning takedowns. Regardless of the type of vehicle you choose, you can be sure it will be fitted with its own unique ability to cause damage.

There are eight total vehicle classes. Opt for larger vehicles such as the Titan or the Enforcer and you will achieve “dominance on the ground.” Meanwhile, the bike-style Outlaw class features the ‘Slam’ RUSH ability, meaning you can destroy your opponent from above while performing a daredevil move. Also worth noting is that even if you do get taken out yourself, the game will throw you right back in at full speed, which should definitely help with continuity.

Now, if you’re not willing to wait until next month to buy the game, you can experience Onrush as an open beta on PS4 and Xbox One, starting today at 6 AM PT and up until Monday, May 21st, 2 AM PT.

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