The arcade racer features eight unique modes, taking inspiration from Burnout 1, 2, 3, and Revenge.

Dangerous Driving, the upcoming arcade racer from Burnout co-creators Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, will be released on April 9, developer Three Fields Entertainment announced today.

It will be available digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via the Epic Games Store) for $30 USD/£25. A physical version, which bundles in Three Fields’ Danger Zone 2, will be available for $40 USD/£30.

Alongside the release date, Three Fields revealed Dangerous Driving will include seven locations with 30 total courses. It’ll also feature unlockable cars and abilities, which can be obtained by racing online against other players or offline against “remorseless” AI.

Dangerous Driving will offer eight different event types, with many taking inspiration from beloved Burnout modes.

“In Dangerous Driving we wanted to return to all of our favorite modes — so you will see some Burnout 1 and Burnout 2 in there like Survival Mode, Pursuit Mode and Boost Chain Races — as well as stuff from B3 and Revenge like Road Rage and Races based around Takedowns,” Ward previously told IGN. “But with every mode where we left off last time is just the beginning — so for example in the Takedown Races we now have persistent wrecks that litter the road which really changes laps 2 and 3.”

For more, be sure to check out IGN’s full Dangerous Driving interview with Ward. You can also read IGN’s review of Danger Zone 2, Three Fields’ 2018 take on Burnout Revenge’s Crash mode.

Jordan is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter @jdsirani.

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