Wheels of Destruction: World Tour Coming Soon to PlayStation®Network

 

Santa Clara, CA – February 8, 2012 – Gelid Games announced today that Wheels of Destruction: World Tour is coming soon on PlayStation® Network. Wheels of Destruction: World Tour is an arcade-style car combat shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Earth, pushing players behind the wheel of five different vehicles in five of the most dangerous – yet vivid – regions of Europe.

Wheels of Destruction: World Tour pits players in an arena of vehicular carnage as they play against each other online in Capture the Flag and Deathmatch. Five distinct car classes make for deadly cutthroat car combat with a unique futuristic aesthetic – all powered by the Unreal Engine. Wheels of Destruction: World Tour brings gamers together just to tear them apart again in an addictive, easy-to-learn yet hard to master, battle behind the wheel.

In a lawless, post-apocalyptic world, Wheels of Destruction: World Tour is a demolish-or-be-demolished competition of extreme four-wheel wreckage. Just make sure you’re ready for chaos and carnage!

For more information on Wheels of Destruction, follow the game on Facebook at facebook.com/wheelsofdestruction.  

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About Gelid Games, Inc.:

Meaning life in games, Gelid Games is an independent game developer and publisher focused on development of original IP titles for consoles and PC/Mac. Its studios are located in Santa Clara, CA. Gelid Games is currently developing its first consumer title, Wheels of Destruction: World Tour, coming soon exclusively to PlayStation Network®.

 

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