Gamescom 2017 – Milestone Present its Latest Racing IP, Gravel, with a Trailer and an Exclusive Demo

Milestone, one of the leading and longest established racing game developers in the world, is proud to announce it will be present at GAMESCOM 2017, the leading trade fair in Europe for the gaming sector.

Gravel, announced February 22nd by Milestone, is set to be one of the most ambitious challenges in the off-road scene, enabling players to test the most daring jumps and craziest stunts, throwing themselves into adrenaline-filled races through wild and unexplored landscapes!

The demo and trailer presented at this year’s Gamescom will offer a sneak peek of some of the game’s features.

It will be a real journey around the world: riding on some of the most powerful vehicles ever built. Players will race on the hot red sands and the amazing rocky walls of an Australian Quarry, being careful not to fall into the void, as well as the impervious and unexplored territories of Alaska, crossing the arctic tundra and the picturesque fishing villages, passing through one of the most famous circuits in the world, Montalegre, on almost impassable heated asphalt; then to the most extreme competitions in the real-world Arenas, skilfully recreated by the company’s developers based on the model of the spectacular American stadiums!

The list of manufacturers and the models to choose from is enough to please even the most demanding fans. Amongst the many models available, there will also be some of the world’s most iconic off-road vehicles, such as the FordRaptor F150, Toyota Celica ST185 GTFour, Ford Fiesta ST and Volkswagen Touareg 3, just to mention a few names available in the preview.

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Gravel, which will be officially released early 2018 on PS4, PS4 Pro, the Xbox One family of devices and Windows PC/STEAM, will include 16 different locations with over 50 tracks.

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