Wreckfest Winter Fest Tournament Update Now Available

A slippery winter wonderland awaits players with the Winter Fest Tournament now available in Bugbear Entertainment and THQNordic’s Wreckfest.

This annual Winter Fest will have players driving around with a toy car, all while unleashing giant snowballs that wreck anything in their way. Weekly events will offer up demolition races, demolition derbies and time attacks. Those that check them all out will be able to claim a bundle of classic Killerbee paint jobs from the title’s Early Access phase in the Tournament shop.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Wreckfest – Tournament Update January 2022

Described as a cross between FlatOut and Destruction Derby, Wreckfest combines breakneck racing with over-the-top crashes. To add to the experience, soft-body damage modeling that enables location-based damage that realistically affects the driving dynamics of vehicles has also been included.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Those interested in purchasing it today can take 60% off the Steam version here.

Source: Steam page, YouTube
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