Another wave of game delays seems to be just around the corner. Yesterday Sony announced the delay of one of its PlayStation 5 launch titles Destruction AllStars. According to the publisher, the game won’t launch with the new console and instead will join PlayStation 5’s game library in February 2021.
If this is your first time hearing about Destruction AllStars, you should know that it’s essentially a racing-combat game developed by Lucid Games. The developer calls Destruction AllStars a “global sports entertainment event where stars & cars collide”. In the game, you and 15 opponents get into cars and fight against each other. Here’s a trailer:
While it’s a bit sad that this game has been delayed, there is some good news too. Apparently, as soon as the game launches, it will be playable through PlayStation Plus – a similar type of deal Sony did with Mediatonic and Fall Guys. Lucid Games shared a message that it should be available for free for 2 months, so we might get a chance to play it longer than any other PlayStation Plus title.
In any case, it’s still a long wait. February can’t come soon enough…