Destruction AllStars is a chaotic video game, but probably not in the way Sony intended.
The hyper-stylized vehicular combat game is full of monster-sized cars, loud crashes, and bright colors. It also contains a 50-car pileup of ideas all built to take full advantage of the PlayStation 5’s unique features. From haptic feedback to integration with the console’s card feature, there’s a lot happening under the hood of this month’s PS Plus freebie … so much so that the game’s developer is already walking some of it back less than a week in.
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