PlayStation is going all out to attract new players to Destruction AllStars
I will be the first to admit my love for the adrenaline-fuelled, stadium-based, car destruction fun that is Destruction AllStars, but it had a rocky launch – originally planned to be a £70 launch title, its release was delayed and Sony subsequently gave it away as part of its PS Plus service over two months, before lowering the price to £17.99.
There were rumours that it would be changed to a free-to-play model earlier this year, but now that the revised PS Plus subscriptions have been launched, Sony is hoping that adding Destruction AllStars to the service will help it find a fresh audience.
Back with a massive new update, a video series has been released highlighting each aspect of the game to entice new players. Check out the videos below:
Hopefully, this push to grab more players for the Destruction AllStars player base will bump-start the game towards a content-rich, polished and exciting future. Destruction AllStars has potential; The framework is there and it’s great fun to play, so it’s wonderful to see PlayStation supporting its developers long after the game’s initial release date.
Destruction AllStars is available now, exclusively on the PlayStation 5, priced at £17.99 or as part of the PS Plus Extra and Premium/Deluxe game catalogue.