Codemasters has detailed the special abilities of all eight
vehicle classes in ONRUSH – its upcoming action-packed
and visually-stunning MotorStorm spiritual successor launching on Xbox One
and PlayStation 4 consoles on June 5th, 2018.
Each of the eight classes in ONRUSH has a unique RUSH fuel
with different special abilities and traits. To secure wins for your team, you’ll
need to be proficient in whichever vehicle you choose and use its abilities and
traits at the perfect moment. You can also swap vehicles mid-event, so if there’s
something you aren’t happy in, feel free to exchange it for another vehicle upon your next
respawn before you rush back into the action.
RUSH is the ultimate manifestation of boost and power that
allows you to wreak havoc on your opponents and take control of the race – and
each vehicle class comes with its own unique form of it. Have a look at the
different abilities for each one below:
Codemasters also released a new video that dives deep into
the different classes and abilities you can take full advantage of in ONRUSH.
The new ‘Choose Your Weapon’ trailer highlights many of the different vehicles
at your disposal and how you can use them to lead yourself
and your teammates to victory.
So, there you have it – the eight different, unique classes
of ONRUSH and each of their special abilities. Think you have what it takes for
the RUSH? The Open Beta arrives in May and will be available to those first who
pre-order the upcoming arcade racer on PlayStation 4 consoles. It will later be
available to everyone on Xbox One and PS4 without pre-ordering the game.
ONRUSH will then launch on June
5th, 2018 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 – with 4K resolution
and 60FPS modes already confirmed for the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro consoles.
It will launch
on the PC at a later date. For even more on ONRUSH, don’t miss our extensive
hands-on preview with our first impressions of the MotorStorm spiritual successor,
as well as our exclusive gameplay
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