Since Carmageddon: Reincarnation launched a while ago, our team has been working flat out to improve the game’s performance and deal with the issues reported by the community. Today this update goes live on Steam, and here’s what it’s got to offer.
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now is available NOW for ALL in the Steam Store. YES!! Now you can play THE SECOND COMING of the classic original Carmageddon series – without having to leave the comfort of your Steam Account!
Carmageddon: Reincarnation entered Steam Early Access on March 27th, an this is the third major update to the game. Now, we are seeing tons of new additions and fixes, but now two of the vehicles are complete.
The team at Stainless Games has been working hard on Carmageddon: Reincarnation since it entered Early Access at the end of March. They recently did a Twitch broadcast to show off the new features, which can be seen here: http://www.carmageddon.com/news/early-access-title-update-7-may. After the jump, you can see the full list of changes made to the game.
GOG.com, the hip and fresh vendor of digital DRM-free delight, is extremely happy to inform all the maniacs of mangling machine mayhem that the original pedestrian-smashing ‘Carmageddon’ with ‘The Splat Pack’ add-on is no available on GOG.com for $9.99. Hang to your helmet and wreck your opponents while you wait for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, the new title in the series currently in development at Stainless Games, creators of the original splatter-racer.
The original Carmageddon was a game-changer to the world of racing games, since it combined “normal” racing mechanics with slaying hundreds of innocent pedestrians, cows, footballers, and grandmas, or destroying opponents and police forces. The game was, and still is, adored by gamers worldwide for the flawless design, simple controls, and, most importantly brutal, unbounded fun.
For the people who have never played Carmageddon, the friendly GOG.com team has even prepared a short video which explains what the game means to them.
Yeah, just like the title says, the once-controversial Carmageddon (plus the Splat Pack) is on its way to GOG.com, just as a Kickstarter campaign for a new iteration goes on. Read the news here and see the game page here. Carmageddon + Splat Pack will be $9.99, DRM-free as always.