Whereas the PlayStation 5 launch schedule could look slightly mild, barely a day goes by with out a recreation announcement. Monster Truck Championship is the most recent to set its sights on a next-gen launch, with the big-wheeled simulation racer operating over Sony’s next-gen console from 11th March. This one launched on the PlayStation four final 12 months and is technically playable via backwards compatibility, however its improve will run in 4K at 60 frames-per-second.
“In Monster Truck Championship, you are taking the wheel of one in every of 16 autos and enter 5 kinds of occasion,” the blurb reads. “In these championships, you’ll compete in 25 stadiums and circuits in varied cities throughout america. Taking a practical method to driving slightly than an arcade-game fashion, Monster Truck Championship offers gamers the possibility to participate in frenzied races and pull off plausible aerial and floor strikes by studying the distinctive physics of those autos.”
There’s no PS4 to PS5 upgrade obtainable right here, so if you happen to already personal the sport then you definately’ll need to pod out once more for the next-gen model. There’s no gameplay trailer simply but both, however you’ll be able to take a look at a batch of screenshots inside this text – appears to be like good.