Wreckfest is an action-packed motorsport video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. It was released in 2018 for Microsoft Windows and was later ported to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. The game features a variety of race modes, an extensive vehicle customization system, and intense destruction derby style car battles. Wreckfest has had a very positive reception from both reviewers and gamers alike, with many praising its excellent physics engine, intense racing action, wide range of customization options, and rewarding multiplayer experience.
The game mechanics of Wreckfest are built around the concept of fast-paced racing action combined with intense car combat. Players can choose from a variety of different race types that range from straight-up races to demolition derbies. In each type of event, there are various obstacles or hazards that the player must navigate in order to reach the finish line first or take out all your opponents in a demolition derby. The physics engine used in Wreckfest is realistic and dynamic; cars react realistically to obstacles on the track as well as contact with other cars during collisions.
The driving controls feel very tight and responsive, allowing players to really feel like they have full control over their vehicles when racing or battling against other cars. The AI is also challenging in higher levels; opponents will frequently attempt daring maneuvers such as drafting behind you to get more speed or taking shortcuts during races.
Wreckfest allows for extensive vehicle customization before each race. The player has access to more than 45 different parts spread across all five classes: Standard, Street Racer, Track Racer, Off-Roader and Vintage Racer. Players are able to customize almost every aspect of their vehicle’s performance such as brakes balance, gear ratios or suspension stiffness depending on the class they