Destruction AllStars Delayed To Next Year, Will Be Free Via PlayStation Plus

Sony Destruction AllStars

Sony’s upcoming next-gen console, the PlayStation 5, is only a couple of weeks away, and it's releasing with some amazing launch titles. However, one of them, Destruction AllStars, has been delayed. The vehicular combat game (which reminds us of Rocket League mixed with Twisted Metal.) will now release next year. We don’t have the exact release date, but we do know that it will be sometime in February.

There is some good news, though. Destruction AllStars will be free for all players with a PlayStation Plus subscription, and it will stay on the subscription for two months.

Developer Lucid Games did not reveal the exact reason for the delay, however, we think it is a good decision for the game. The PlayStation 5 is already releasing with some behemoth titles like Demon’s Souls Remake, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and more. The delay will give the AllStars some breathing room.

“We’ve decided to move the game’s release from November 2020 to February 2021, where it will be included for two months in PlayStation Plus at no additional cost,” an official blog post read.

Lucid Games also revealed that new information about Destruction AllStars will be revealed next week along with a new trailer. We saw a small glimpse of the game in the recent PlayStation 5 User Experience video, so learning more about it will be nice.

Here are some of the features of Destruction AllStars that we know of already:

  • Stunning visuals: Has total destruction ever looked this good? Experience the global phenomenon of vehicle-based combat in a crisp dynamic 4K resolution.
  • Fast loading: Mayhem waits for no one! Choose your AllStar and accelerate into the action with the near-instant lightning-fast load times of the PS5 console's ultra-high-speed SSD.
  • Adaptive triggers: Experience your ride! Get unique feedback for each vehicle thanks to the DualSense Wireless Controller’s adaptive triggers.
  • Haptic feedback: Wham! Experience the impact of rams and slams as the DualSense Wireless Controller’s dual actuators simulate the feel of your in-game actions through immersive sensory feedback.
  • Tempest 3D AudioTech on compatible headphones: How the crunch of slamming into an opponent is meant to sound! Hear stunning 360-degree stadium atmospherics with Tempest 3D AudioTech.

So what do you think? Are you excited about Destruction AllStars? Are you disappointed about the delay or not? Will you play in February, considering it will be free with your PlayStation Plus subscription? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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