Dangerous Driving 2 To Release Holiday 2020, Confirmed by Three Fields Entertainment

Dangerous Driving, or the first iteration of what’s about to become a franchise, was an exciting experience. As an arcade racer, it had everything it needed for its genre. To continue its path, Three Fields Entertainment has discovered that Dangerous Driving 2 is in the works, but also discovered its release window.

What Dangerous Driving 2 is going to offer is more significant than its predecessor. It will also follow with a release on all leading gaming platforms like the PC, Xbox, and PS4, but also make a break into the Switch repository, too. The release date of Dangerous Driving 2 is scheduled for Holiday 2020.

Being created by some of the Burnout creators makes us believe in its next masterpiece, and we’re looking forward to that. This year could potentially be the most exciting year for Three Fields Entertainment.

Some of its features, as announced on the official website of Three Fields Entertainment can be found below:

Here are the details we’ve confirmed so far:

  • It’s coming to PC, PlayStation®4, the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, and for the first time, Nintendo Switch
  • Split-screen multiplayer
  • Online day 1
  • Open world
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