Danger Zone 2 Three Fields Entertainment Developer Three Fields Entertainment, the studio founded by former Burnout creators Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, are doubling down on games about cars wrecking and blowing up. The studio announced two games today — Danger Zone
There’s something about finally landing a jump onto an aircraft hangar, only to teeter on the edge and flop unceremoniously down onto a friend who’s playing hide-and-seek in a miniature car, that makes you appreciate the silliness of Burnout Paradise.
It’s strange that the best racing game to come out of Electronic Arts in the last decade is also the last really good racing game that they released. After a string of middling racing games in the name of Need for Speed,
Releasing for PC via Steam and PlayStation 4 next month (priced at $12.99/£9.99/€12.99), Danger Zone puts players in a virtual crash test facility that features 20 single-player crash testing scenarios, each with its own distinct layout. In the game, which is built