Onrush Now Available, Snazzy Launch Trailer Released

Bask in the weather effects. Revel in the takedowns.

Posted By | On 05th, Jun. 2018

Onrush

Codemasters’ frenetic, irreverent racer Onrush is finally available for Xbox One and PS4. Reviews are currently live and the launch trailer has been released, showcasing some of the cooler weather effects before transitioning to chaos and takedowns. Check it out below.

Onrush is a team-based racer and sees two teams of six players batting for supremacy across objective game modes. Players can try to hit as many takedowns, boosts and tricks as possible in Overdrive or attempt to capture a moving King of the Hill zone in Lockdown. Eight car classes are available, each with unique abilities that can turn the tide in a race.

Though Codemasters hasn’t said too much about its post-launch plans, we do know that Onrush will be receiving ranked multiplayer down the line. Until then, hopping into Quickplay and Custom Games is pretty much the only option (though the Superstar mode is also there for solo players).


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