Though Codemasters is more known for its realistic racers, the upcoming Onrush is unlike anything seen before. It’s more arcadey, action-packed and does plenty of things that aren’t seen in racers today. Trust us on this one – Onrush simply isn’t like a lot of the racing titles you’ve played thus far. In case you still don’t know whether it’s worth picking up or not, let’s take a look at 15 things to know before buying Onrush.
DriveClub and Motorstorm Developer
While the Motorstorm influence is pretty obvious, given the various kinds of vehicles racing and brawling with each other, several developers who worked on DriveClub are also on board. The game director for Onrush, Paul Rustchynsky, also directed DriveClub for instance. He also arguably played a big part in steering that game straight when it suffered a massive delay and original director Col Rogers left.