Off-Road Drive Intro Trailer

By Rebecca Smith, 6 years ago
1C Company have released a new trailer and screenshots for their upcoming game Off-Road Drive, an off-road racing simulation game.

Players can take part in many different events, such as The Russian Trophy, Off-Road Trial and Thai Trophy. Swamps, rocks, snow and sand are amongst the variety of harsh conditions that players will drive through.

1C Company have provided more details about the vehicles available in the game and how they will cope with the terrain:

Featuring the largest variety of off-road sport vehicles, Off-Road Drive includes tuned stock SUVs and trucks, as well as several classes of prototypes specifically built for extreme driving. The vehicles can be equipped with an assortment of special cross-country equipment and accessories including winches, low gear, differential gear locking, GPS, clinometer, altimeter, tire air pressure control, sand tracks, etc.

Featuring the most innovative simulation of interactive terrain response, vehicles will act just like they do in real life; cars will sink in the dirt and the dirt will create a rut which will stick to the cars and tires affecting their handling. Stones will fly from underneath the wheels and damage other trucks. The game will feature various surfaces that will not only affect tire friction but have complex reactions based on car weight, speed, wheel torque, tire condition, time on this surface, depth of car immersion into the surface and much more.
Here's the trailer:



New artwork for the vehicles in the game can be found on the game's official website. Here are the screenshots:

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Off-Road Drive is currently due to be released in Q2, 2011.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.