Sony's futuristic racing series is allegedly coming back, with a new entry rumoured to be in the works at XDEV and Lucid Games.
The game's July update fixes several issues, adds new battle pass tiers, online parties for solo game modes, new skins and cosmetics, and more.
During times where player activity is low, AI bots will fill remaining slots. This change won't affect the game's competitive mode Blitz.
New character Alba is also revealed, along with her hero vehicle Claymore.
Photo mode is also coming, while a digital deluxe edition has also been announced.
Destruction Points can also be earned from Weekly Challenges.
The vehicular combat title will cost $50 less than initially planned.
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Destruction AllStars has a solid core, but in its current state, some not-so-minor issues hold it back from fulfilling its potential.
Until then, you can mute randoms through the game's Activity Cards.
The multiplayer vehicular action game is out now for PS5.
The highest native resolution the game achieves is 3264x1836.
"We're now going out to the widest possible audience," says game director Colin Berry.
Sony xDev's John McLaughlin says there will be a "tonne of stuff" for returning players.
The game will take advantage of the PS5's hardware well, it seems.
Control Ultimate Edition also available for PS4 players along with Concrete Genie.
Challenge Series must be redeemed with premium currency called Destruction Points.