MotorStorm: Apocalypse is going to be an off-road racer's dream; the urban take on outside-the-lines action should be a big-time crowd-pleaser.
And it just got a big update at the PlayStation Blog : first up is a video of the freshly revealed Skyline track (looks sweet !) featuring the ultra-cool Superbike. Then we have the news that a demo will be headed our way next year, the game will be available in stereoscopic 3D, and they're allowing for "visual customization and performance customization in the form of perks." They also talk about upcoming exclusive content that will be found on the PlayStation Network, and the rest of the info is as follows:
New Photo Mode: We’ve got a sophisticated Photo Mode that can capture gameplay images in ultra-high resolutions, as well as some easy-to-use tools that allow for fantastic post-effects – all of the Skyline screenshots were taken using Photo Mode mid-race!
Post-release content: We have big ambitions to continue support for the game after it releases, and to develop some of the concepts we haven’t been able to find time for in development, including a special island track we’re hoping to be able to give away for free.
New taunts and gestures: All previous versions of MotorStorm featured the ability to taunt other riders. This time, we have a set of insanely flamboyant gestures guaranteed to get your opponents fuming.
Finally, they tease more upcoming videos and developer diaries that will show up at the Blog and on the PSN in the coming weeks; we'll have to stay on the lookout for those. Right now, Apocalypse has a tentative Spring 2011 launch date and hopefully, it'll stick to that release window. We're expecting a polished, super-entertaining blast!
Related Game(s): MotorStorm: Apocalypse