Destruction AllStars was one of the games offered free with PlayStation Plus for PS5 in March, but as of April 5 it will no longer be free. The game, which is exclusive to PlayStation 5 (not on PS4), could only be purchased that way, but from April 6, it will be available for purchase from the PS Store, in standard and digital deluxe editions.
If you prefer it physically, you can wait until April 16, when it will arrive on Blu-Ray in all stores, at the price of 19.99 euros. That is, 60 euros less than the price originally thought for the game when it was announced …
The announcement coincides with the premiere of Destruction AllStars’ first season, Hotshots, which has brought many new playable features and content to the game. Among them, the Blitz mode stands out, made from scratch for the season, with teams of three players and four teams per game (3 against 3 against 3 against 3).
Destruction AllStars is a Lucid Games new IP, in which 16 charismatic characters compete in a battle arena with the basic objective of destroying themselves (although later there are several modes and variants) aboard powerful vehicles.
But unlike Rocket League, with which it shares many similarities, In Destruction AllStars we can get off the vehicle and use various strategies to shoot down rivals’ cars or even steal them on the go. It is an intense multiplayer action game (hence it was initially distributed with PS Plus), as a hero shooter on wheels.
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Remember, if you are a PS Plus subscriber, you have until April 5 to redeem for free Destruction AllStars (you can do it even if you don’t have PS5 yet). As always, the games you redeem for free with PS Plus will remain available as long as you are a subscriber to the service.