Warhammer 40K meets Twisted Metal in car combat racer Speed Freeks

Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 franchise is aiming to fill the Twisted Metal-shaped hole in the hearts of fans with a new car combat racing game. Warhammer 40,000: Speed FreeksA free-to play, multiplayer class-based car combat game inspired by an 2018 miniatures-game is now available on Windows PC. An alpha test will be released via Steam this Thursday.

While the draw appears to be blowing up Orks behind the wheel, there’s more than just wanton destruction at play in The Speed Freeks. Players will battle each other in a variety of rigs — there are damage, tank, and support types — in multiple game types. Chase Mode sees teams capturing points and fighting to control them, while Convoy Mode will be about protecting your convoy while trying to sabotage your enemy’s.

It is possible to simply jump in. The Speed Freeks’ 16-player matches and blow each other up.

Warhammer 40,000: Speed FreeksCaged Element is developing the game. Grip — which had a bit of a Wipeout/MotorStorm vibe to it — and is published by Plaion. The developer claims that The Speed Freeks is “a bit scrappy, ramshackle and bolted together” so expect some bugs if you get into the alpha test.

Access to Play can be requested Warhammer 40,000: Speed FreeksSteam is now available for early access.

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