Happy Volcano is excited to confirm top-down racer You Suck at Parking launches across PC and Xbox today, crucially also debuting on Game Pass for both platforms at the same time. The game launches on PC and Xbox, but it also becomes an option on GamePass for both platforms.
Also in development for PlayStation and Nintendo Switch – with launches on those platforms set to follow in 2023 – You Suck at Parking comprises both single-player and online multiplayer modes, offering players the world’s most extreme parking experience and the only racing game where, uniquely, the goal is to come to a stop. Success is all about racing against the clock as players dash, drift, and drag their handbrakes as they slam into parking spots in quick time.
The game’s aforementioned multiplayer mode – which will allow four players to take on each other in a full-on parking party – features a total of 60 wild multiplayer levels on rotation on top of the 100 solo levels with ever-increasing difficulty also on offer. Happy Volcano can also confirm its intention to refresh the levels on offer in play every two weeks, with fresh ones delivered for the foreseeable.
“Launch day is here, and we’re so excited not only to hit both Xbox and PC with You Suck at Parking, but also to do so on Game Pass on day one,” says David Prinsmel, Game Director. “But there’s more to come, not only with launches on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch next year, but in continuous new content for the existing releases every two weeks as well.”
- Speed through stages navigating obstacles aplenty before hitting the designated parking spots, all whilst somehow keeping cool, calm, and collected in the process.
- Unlock Parking Tokens with their parking skills that serve up new customization options to pimp your ride with.
- Climb the global leaderboards and prove to your friends that you truly do have the power to stop. Maybe not the world, but a car, at least.
- Experience an ever-growing, always-expanding, forever-changing game, where more cars, more biomes, more tracks, and more customisation options are regularly added to the roster.
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