Full Auto 2 goes gold and ready to roll

Gee, tearing up the highway has never been this fun...While it hadn’t been able to make PS3 Launch Day, it will definitely make it to PS3s in time for Christmas. Pseudo Interactive‘s Full Auto 2: Battlelines has gone gold. This is the only bit of news that WorthPlaying’s got on the game, though – no other sneak peeks of PlayStation Network goodies, nothing about working with its sister game on the PSP, just that the game has gone gold and will be released on December 7, which is at least five days earlier than the last release date we posted, December 12.

And with Gran Turismo HD now just a demo, at least it’s nice to know that other devs are committed to getting their PS3 titles to PS3s. In other words, following through.

Anyway, back to topic. A few recaps of the game features: in Full Auto 2 players will battle through a multipath campaign mode to take over Staunton City (which oddly mirrors the campaign mode to take over Palmont City in Need for Speed Carbon) only with guns and bombs and missiles. Returning from the first Full Auto is Unwreck mode, a.k.a. rewind and replay because you fouled up that last turn. And for multiplayer mayhem, there’s Arena Mode which features team play and six different levels, each tailored to a different kind of vehicular carnage.

Gee, tearing up the highway has never been this fun...While it hadn’t been able to make PS3 Launch Day, it will definitely make it to PS3s in time for Christmas. Pseudo Interactive‘s Full Auto 2: Battlelines has gone gold. This is the only bit of news that WorthPlaying’s got on the game, though – no other sneak peeks of PlayStation Network goodies, nothing about working with its sister game on the PSP, just that the game has gone gold and will be released on December 7, which is at least five days earlier than the last release date we posted, December 12.

And with Gran Turismo HD now just a demo, at least it’s nice to know that other devs are committed to getting their PS3 titles to PS3s. In other words, following through.

Anyway, back to topic. A few recaps of the game features: in Full Auto 2 players will battle through a multipath campaign mode to take over Staunton City (which oddly mirrors the campaign mode to take over Palmont City in Need for Speed Carbon) only with guns and bombs and missiles. Returning from the first Full Auto is Unwreck mode, a.k.a. rewind and replay because you fouled up that last turn. And for multiplayer mayhem, there’s Arena Mode which features team play and six different levels, each tailored to a different kind of vehicular carnage.

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