Destruction AllStars

‘Destruction AllStars’ developer has reiterated its commitment to the game

Lucid Games is “still determined to keep on pushing forward”

Sony plans to release two new live service games by March 2023

A new 'Destiny' release from Bungie isn't one of them

‘Destruction AllStars’ developer hiring for a new PS5 exclusive

The developer behind one of this year’s PlayStation 5 exclusives, ‘Destructions AllStars’ is hiring multiple members of the team for a brand new PS5 exclusive, some of which flies against the previous rumours the team had been handed a chance at rebooting the ‘Twisted Metal’ franchise.

‘Destruction AllStars’ will add bots online to keep numbers steady

The game launched exclusively on PS5 earlier this year

‘Destruction AllStars’ on PS5 has at least a year of support planned

Originally intended as a full-priced launch title for the PlayStation 5 back in November 2020, Lucid Games and Sony delayed ‘Destruction AllStars’ to give it more polish, and have just released it instead as a PlayStation Plus free game. Thankfully, it’s been confirmed in an interview that a year

The next PS5 exclusive is free in February via PlayStation Plus

‘Destruction All-Stars’ has finally been given a firm date, and it’s going to be free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. But that’s not all, there’s two other major games coming, one of which is a surprise release date announcement, too!

February’s PS Plus games include ‘Control Ultimate Edition’

PS Plus members will also have access to ‘Concrete Genie’ and ‘Destruction AllStars’