Dominate The Desert In The Most Realistic Off-Road Experience To Date In Thq's Baja
September 9, 2008
DOMINATE THE DESERT IN THE MOST REALISTIC OFF-ROAD EXPERIENCE TO DATE IN THQ'S BAJA
Explore More Than 100 Square Miles of Unpredictable Terrain in the Largest Off-road Landscapes Ever Created
THQ Inc. , the leading publisher of off-road racing games, today announced the most realistic off-road racing experience to date. BAJA: Edge of Control is scheduled to bring revolutionary physics and vast open racing worlds to the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system in September 2008. Developed by the founding members of the MX vs. ATV(TM) franchise, BAJA: Edge of Control combines the best elements of the real-world sport with the right balance of arcade fun as it challenges players to build the ultimate off-road machine and conquer vast, unforgiving terrain. "As the long-standing off-road racing leader, THQ is thrilled to bring something completely new to the off-road racing genre," said Richard Browne, vice president of product development, THQ. "With the level of detail in each vehicle, the vast open vistas and the most realistic off-road physics to date, BAJA: Edge of Control will provide an unparalleled racing experience."
In BAJA: Edge of Control, players will conquer more than 100 square miles of the toughest terrain Mother Nature has to offer, including the steepest mountains, thickest mud and deepest canyons ever created. With more than 40 vehicles in eight classes, including Trophy Trucks, 4x4s and buggies, BAJA: Edge of Control features a full array of upgradeable options with hundreds of authentic parts that affect each vehicle's performance. Players will put their off-road machines to the test in near-vertical Hill Climb challenges, head-to-head Open Class races, circuit races and the ultimate off-road endurance challenge: the Baja. BAJA: Edge of Control's open worlds extend thousands of miles across all landscapes in races that can last up to four hours. The game's revolutionary vehicle physics deliver unprecedented life-like handling, and a support management system allows gamers to monitor and repair realistic vehicle damage as fenders fly, tires are blown, suspension is stressed and engines overheat. BAJA: Edge of Control will support four-player split screen multiplayer capability, 10-player online and LAN as well as multiple-screen panoramic view.