It also aims to mix up the now-familiar shoot-and-scavenge gameplay of battle royale with "Game Show moments", which manifest as carnival-style kiosks you can interact with for rewards (or watch someone else play before killing them and taking any winnings for yourself). As you explore the world and kill other players, you'll earn cash, which can be deposited for later use if you can make to it an ATM before you die. You'll also be able to pop wheelies on BMX bikes, though that sounds a lot more life-threatening than cruising around a chaotic warzone in a auto. Not all is grim though as they also announced a new game! \Its retro look and cult looking characters are probably the first reason players will want to try it out, with the second being its free-to-play character.
"This is a five-month passion project for the studio as we're creating and publishing the game entirely by ourselves", Zach Lowery, "Radical Heights" creative director, said in a statement.
Keeping in with the decade of mullets and mobile brick phones, Radical Heights will feature a variety of 80s-inspired gear, such as BMX bikes, workout trampolines, confetti bombs, and other barmy toys to get your hands on. There has been no word or information on additional modes of transportation such as trucks or cars.