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Region: Global

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Works on: Windows

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Region: Global

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Works on: Windows

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FlatOut 4: Total Insanity (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

In FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, driving recklessly has never been more entertaining. All fans have ever liked about FlatOut is combined into one Game in FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. Players will also be exposed to various brand-new, thrilling elements, Game types, and automobiles that are sure to become favourites quickly. A new iteration of nitro-fueled destruction and derby racing is offered, with a selection of circuits, styles, arenas, and multiplayer possibilities. Hello again, FlatOut!

 

 

Finnish indie video Game company Bugbear Entertainment produced the FlatOut trilogy of action-packed demolition derby/racing games.  Nearly 3 million pieces of the FlatOut franchise have been sold globally. The following three titles in the series—FlatOut 3, a Windows-only title, and two spin-offs for the Wii and Android—were created by Dutch video Game studio Team6 Game Studios after FlatOut: Head On was created by Bugbear. FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, the fourth Game in the franchise, was created by Kylotonn and published on March 17, 2017, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Europe and on May 2, 2017, in the United States.

 

 

With FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction being regarded as one of the deadliest gameplay of all time and FlatOut 2 being the finest in the franchise, the franchise has gotten considerable positive and negative feedback.  Initially, it was hailed as a welcome addition to the derby-racing genre.

 

 

FlatOut's strategy has mostly stayed the same over the years, drawing criticism for being monotonous and boring.  In the initial Game, players competed against seven desktop adversaries in conventional lap races and demolition derbies in either wide spaces or Arena circuits. FlatOut two was lauded for improving the playability of the original Game and featuring better racing, automobiles, visuals, and handling. It was renowned for having extreme car destruction, ridiculous physics, and enjoyable gameplay.  FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage, an improved version released for the Xbox 360, was also ported to the Playstation as FlatOut: Head On.

 

 

Highlights the contribution:

 

  • On various courses and locations, there are high-speed races and crashes.
  • Twenty-seven automobiles may be unlocked for players to personalise and race, featuring odes to fan favourites and brand-new vehicles for the garage.
  • Compatibility for Gamepad Interfaces
  • Twenty dynamic circuits are featured in FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, featuring classic derby driving, cycling events, arenas, attack levels, devastation levels, and much more.
  • Environments that can be destroyed: chaos and devastation re-enter the racing world with its fast collisions and untamed, destructible Terrain.
  • The Legendary Stunt Mode includes a total of 12 stunts. Fans in Quest of big wrecks and death-defying feats will find six new acrobatics and six recreated classic stunt mini-games.
  • Three Game modes, comprising Death Match, Capture the Flag, and Survivor, are available in the Arena style.
  • New Combat Mode: Use various lethal weapons to slow down or eliminate adversaries.
  • Before showcasing your talents in cooperation, speed, damage, and enjoy the stuntman mode in single-player.
  • Up to eight gamers can compete online in aggressive multiplayer to master demolition areas, race tracks, and build traps.
  • Take turns competing in hot seat stunt competitions with your friends and family in the hot seat mode.
  • FlatOut's thumping indie track includes over 35 incredible indie songs worldwide.



The franchise's creators, Bugbear Entertainment, left after FlatOut 2, and Dutch Team6 Game Studios took over for the following three titles. Kylotonn created FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, the most recent instalment. However, the professional reaction of subsequent titles fell short of that of FlatOut 2, with FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction being rated among the worst video games ever made, FlatOut for the Wii earning negative reviews, and FlatOut 4: Total Insanity receiving mixed ratings. Team6 Game Studios created and released FlatOut Stuntman, an iOS rag doll spin-off, in 2013.

 

Other details

  • Release date
    2017-04-04
  • Publishers
    Strategy First
  • Developers
    Kylotonn
  • Age rating
Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese - Brazil, Russian, Spanish - Spain
Screenshots
Screenshots
Instant delivery
Digital key
Assured Refunds

Product description

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

In FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, driving recklessly has never been more entertaining. All fans have ever liked about FlatOut is combined into one Game in FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. Players will also be exposed to various brand-new, thrilling elements, Game types, and automobiles that are sure to become favourites quickly. A new iteration of nitro-fueled destruction and derby racing is offered, with a selection of circuits, styles, arenas, and multiplayer possibilities. Hello again, FlatOut!

 

 

Finnish indie video Game company Bugbear Entertainment produced the FlatOut trilogy of action-packed demolition derby/racing games.  Nearly 3 million pieces of the FlatOut franchise have been sold globally. The following three titles in the series—FlatOut 3, a Windows-only title, and two spin-offs for the Wii and Android—were created by Dutch video Game studio Team6 Game Studios after FlatOut: Head On was created by Bugbear. FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, the fourth Game in the franchise, was created by Kylotonn and published on March 17, 2017, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Europe and on May 2, 2017, in the United States.

 

 

With FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction being regarded as one of the deadliest gameplay of all time and FlatOut 2 being the finest in the franchise, the franchise has gotten considerable positive and negative feedback.  Initially, it was hailed as a welcome addition to the derby-racing genre.

 

 

FlatOut's strategy has mostly stayed the same over the years, drawing criticism for being monotonous and boring.  In the initial Game, players competed against seven desktop adversaries in conventional lap races and demolition derbies in either wide spaces or Arena circuits. FlatOut two was lauded for improving the playability of the original Game and featuring better racing, automobiles, visuals, and handling. It was renowned for having extreme car destruction, ridiculous physics, and enjoyable gameplay.  FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage, an improved version released for the Xbox 360, was also ported to the Playstation as FlatOut: Head On.

 

 

Highlights the contribution:

 

  • On various courses and locations, there are high-speed races and crashes.
  • Twenty-seven automobiles may be unlocked for players to personalise and race, featuring odes to fan favourites and brand-new vehicles for the garage.
  • Compatibility for Gamepad Interfaces
  • Twenty dynamic circuits are featured in FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, featuring classic derby driving, cycling events, arenas, attack levels, devastation levels, and much more.
  • Environments that can be destroyed: chaos and devastation re-enter the racing world with its fast collisions and untamed, destructible Terrain.
  • The Legendary Stunt Mode includes a total of 12 stunts. Fans in Quest of big wrecks and death-defying feats will find six new acrobatics and six recreated classic stunt mini-games.
  • Three Game modes, comprising Death Match, Capture the Flag, and Survivor, are available in the Arena style.
  • New Combat Mode: Use various lethal weapons to slow down or eliminate adversaries.
  • Before showcasing your talents in cooperation, speed, damage, and enjoy the stuntman mode in single-player.
  • Up to eight gamers can compete online in aggressive multiplayer to master demolition areas, race tracks, and build traps.
  • Take turns competing in hot seat stunt competitions with your friends and family in the hot seat mode.
  • FlatOut's thumping indie track includes over 35 incredible indie songs worldwide.



The franchise's creators, Bugbear Entertainment, left after FlatOut 2, and Dutch Team6 Game Studios took over for the following three titles. Kylotonn created FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, the most recent instalment. However, the professional reaction of subsequent titles fell short of that of FlatOut 2, with FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction being rated among the worst video games ever made, FlatOut for the Wii earning negative reviews, and FlatOut 4: Total Insanity receiving mixed ratings. Team6 Game Studios created and released FlatOut Stuntman, an iOS rag doll spin-off, in 2013.

 

Other details

Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese - Brazil, Russian, Spanish - Spain
  • Release date
    2017-04-04
  • Publishers
    Strategy First
  • Developers
    Kylotonn
  • Age rating
EUR1.41
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4.3

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