A Taste Of The New Carmageddon’s Car Physics

A Taste Of The New Carmageddon’s Car Physics

A taste of the new Carmageddon‘s car physics. According to Stephen Rushbrook of Stainless Games, the suspension is “entirely physics-driven — you can rip off the tires, the wheels, hub, drive shafts, wishbones independently, and what’s left will still work. Ripped-off parts will spin, hinge and flex as you’d expect.”

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