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Developer: Milestone S.r.l
Genres: Simulation, Racing, Sports
With arcade-style gameplay that delivers a thrilling rush experience: destroy obstacles, take shortcuts and forget any rules till the end to win!
THE ULTIMATE OFF-ROAD EXPERIENCE!
Race around the world in a variety of environments in 4 different disciplines:
- Cross Country: the fastest checkpoint races in the hot Namibia desert, or through the Alaskan mountains
- Wild Rush: lap races in unique environments, such as a Polynesian atoll or an Australian iron mine.
- Stadium Circuits: real and fictional arenas with spectacular layouts.
- Speed Cross: from Las Vegas to Montalegre, nine real tracks with mixed tarmac and gravel terrain
YOUR CAREER BEGINS THIS YEAR ON GRAVEL CHANNEL
Meet the five Off-Road Masters winners of the previous year's edition of the show. Compete against them in a real show, gain fame and fans in more than 60 events from the most extreme places on Earth or against other players online, for the title of Gravel World Champion!
Gravel - Trailer Gamescom
Gravel Gameplay - Pacific Island Sunset
Gravel - Announcement Trailer
Gravel is a game displaced. It's a competent and occasionally pretty pick-up-and-play arcade racing game at its core, but it has the whiff of a game released in the wrong era – a scent it just can't shake. A 2018 rendition of '90s ambition. Gravel certainly channels the spirit and straightforward simplicity of Milestone's own 1997 arcade off-roader Screamer Rally but it has no unique hook for today's audience; no over-the-top arcade pizazz that folks will still be discussing 10 or 15 years down the track. It's functional and fun enough in small bursts, but arcade racers have come a long way over the past two decades and Gravel doesn't bring any new ideas to the paddock.
New arcade racers have been few and far between over the last half decade, and Gravel is just one attempt to reignite the genre. There's some good racing to be found here, with plenty of licensed cars to take through some lovely scenery, but it doesn't get your heart pounding with excitement. Gravel might be a fairly decent racer, but its biggest sin is that, despite the fireworks and exotic locations, it's just a bit boring.
Gravel focused on presenting off-road racing game and Milestone studio has succeeded already in producing a fun and entertaining racing game, but it has a very bad and bland graphics. The game does not have many cars and tracks, which may make you prefer other games too.
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