Developers Stainless Games have announced that the console edition of Carmageddon: Max Damage has been delayed by just over a month, now releasing on July 8th 2016 on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Whilst this news is disappointing, you can take comfort in the fact that a new trailer has been released for the game – check it out below:

The latest installment of the popular cult racing series will give players an adrenaline shot of pure vehicular carnage and power-up fuelled destruction, with a side order of pedestrian pummelling. Bystanders had better run for their lives as the crazed collection of speed freaks go head to head competing in a range of high-octane events. With insane PowerUps, surreal environments and a variety of ways to win, it all adds up to endless hours of violent and hilarious fun.

The console release date had previously been pencilled for 3rd June. The new date is July 8th, which allows the development team extra time to give the game a final polish before delivery and ensure it’s the best it can be for a new audience of console gamers.

In addition to announcing this delay, Stainless Games have also announced the pre-order incentive for those who pre-order the physical release of the game:

Customers who pre-order the game will receive the following bonus items:
·         Two extra player cars: The “Tez Eagle” and the “Iron Hawk”.
·         Four skins: Two additional paint schemes for each of the cars.
·         Digital comic: An exclusive digital download for pre-order customers, entitled, “Where Eagles Die”.


Carmageddon: Max Damage hits the Playstation 4 and Xbox One onJuly 8th 2016. PC gamers can grab the game right now on Steam through this link.