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IGN published this video item, entitled “Hot Wheels Unleashed – Official College Campus Unveil Trailer” – below is their description.
Take a look at the College Campus, the latest racing environment for Hot Wheels Unleashed, in this reveal trailer.
The College Campus features three main areas: the library, the classroom, and the chemistry lab. Players will be able to build courses that twist and turn from room to room using the main hallway as a connector. Though the more daring students may notice that the school’s ventilation system achieves the same purpose.
Additionally, the trailer also gives a look at Hot Wheels cars available in the game at launch including Street Wiener, Total Disposal, Power Rocket, Skull Crusher, Tanknator, Winning Formula, and Exotique.
Hot Wheels Unleashed launches on September 30, 2021, for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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