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New Wheels Of Destruction Video Shows Off Assassin Class

Although not much is known about Gelid Games' Wheels of Destruction, we do know that it's set to be released on PSN sometime this spring. We also know that they just released a new video showcasing one of the five car classes available to create carnage with: the Assassin.
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Although not much is known about Gelid GamesWheels of Destruction, we do know that it’s set to be released on PSN sometime this spring. We also know that they just released a new video showcasing one of the five car classes available to create carnage with: the Assassin.

Combining flamethrowers, missile launchers and the ability to jump, these cars look like they’ll be able to absolutely destroy any competition. The combat featured in Wheels of Destruction is quite fast paced and arcade-feeling, and from what we’ve seen, this new class of vehicles will fit beautifully into the chaos.

Check out the newly released video below, and be sure to keep an eye open for Wheels of Destruction when it hits PSN sometime soon.


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