Can I run it? Recommended and minimum PC Game Next Car Game System Requirements. Previously known as ‘Nest Car Game’, ‘Wreckfest’ is a racing video game. It is listed on Steam with the title ‘Next Car Game: Wreckfest’. Developed by Bugbear Entertainment, the game is planned to be released in summer 2017. Bugbear is also entitled to the publishing rights of the game. The supported platforms include Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The game is designed by Janne Suur-Nakki. The physics engine used in Wreckfest is the ‘ROMU’. Resembling the previous series by its developers, Wreckfest is called to be the successor to the famous ‘Flatout’ series. Wreckfest features combat with vehicles along with competitive racing. The game is known to be using the feature of soft body damage modeling which allows for realistic simulation of accidents in the video game. The damage modeling in vehicle is going to be location based, which will result in accurate depiction of car wrecks.
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Next Car Game’s development began in 2012. The first announcement in regard to the game was done in 2013 through the Next Car Game’s blog. Due to the failed kickstart campaign, the game was released as Early Access on Steam. The use of an improvised physics engine resulted in the slow development of the game with which even the developing team is not satisfied. The goal of the kickstarting campaign was to raise the amount of $350,000. $ 1.5 million were required for the PlayStation and Xbox versions to be made. However, only a meager amount of about $81,000 was raised for the game, and so this campaign was abandoned. Because of facing many financial challenges, the developers showcased a ‘Playable Technology Sneak Peek’ which required the players to pre-order the game, thus providing with the capital needed for the development of Wreckfest. This tactic turned out to be successful.
Next Car Game System Requirements
Check official system requirements for Next Car Game. These are the confirmed and optimum specs for best game experience.
|Hardware||Minumum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|Video Card/VGA/GPU||NVIDIA Geforce GTX 460 / AMD Radeon™ HD 6450||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 / AMD Radeon HD 7750
|Direct X Version||DirectX 11||DirectX 11|
|RAM||4 GB RAM||8 GB RAM|
|Operating System||Windows Vista / 7 /8/8.1 / Windows 10||Windows 7/8/8.1 and Windows 10|
|Hard Disk Space||4 GB of free hard drive space||4 GB of free hard drive space|
|CPU/Processor||Intel Core2 Duo 2.4 GHz||Intel Core i5|
The official name revealing of the game was done with Urban Dictionary’s definition of the term ‘wreck fest’. This defines the term as:
‘Mostly common in racing series such as NASCAR and Formula 1 (aka F1). This happens on some tracks during races where the cars are close together and drivers misjudge how close the cars are. Thus, resulting in one big wreck after another. It can also result in only a few cars being taken out of the race instead of seven cars at once.’
In addition to this, the developing team says about the game:
“Warning: Early access phase is meant to give you a chance to experience the game as it progresses through its development cycle, and the game is still at an early stage. As such, it does contain missing features and nasty bugs. Developing the game together with the players gives us a lot more creative freedom, and you get to communicate with the development team to make sure we’re making the all-out racing game that you want.”
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The preorder Sneak Peak features 4 different vehicles and one level of the game. This level was developed initially to test the physics engine of Wreckfest. The demolition derby features 24 cars. Due to the overwhelming response garnered by this preorder material, Bugbear released a second version called ‘Sneak Peek v2.0. This version includes additional paraphernalia like destructive machinery, dynamic destructible objects, and a ‘Physics Canon’. The cars featured in the original game are described to be ‘rusty’. Despite being old, cheap and damaged, the cars maintain a certain style. The cars will span from the American muscle cars to the European and Asian classics. These include the American Muscle I, II, and III; Asian Coupe, the European Coupe I and II; the American Sedan, and the European Hatchback. There is an option to dismantle these cars and build them up again in the player’s garage. The career mode focuses on both, the cars and the racing itself. The multiplayer feature on the online platform supports up to 24 players. The tracks featured in the game vary in topography and are inspired from real world race tracks. In addition to all this, the game will feature the option of replay and in-game snapshots. Force feedback is also compatible with this game.
Wreckfest promises ‘epic crashes’ and ‘tight, neck to neck fights’. The damage modeling adds a realistic and tangible aspect to the game. With so much jam packed action, this game is bound to be a crowd pleaser.