FlatOut 4: Insanity is finally here. After a disastrous third installment of the franchise, players hoped to get a game worth its two predecessors. Unfortunately, we can’t say they’ll be delighted. Judging from the earliest reviews found on the FlatOut 4 Windows Store page, there are a lot of things missing from the game.
The majority of discussions concern FlatOut’s online multiplayer mode: some players miss online stunts, some players think there aren’t enough players online, and so on.
Here are some of the negative reviews on FlatOut 4’s Windows Store page:
- “The best part of this game is the career mode theres never anyone online and when there is no full lobbys i think its a quick money maker its not worth £40.”
- “There so many things wrong with this game . Its a complete downgrade from the last Flatout . YES you can have fun BUT Where is the ONLINE STUNTS ?? The nitro system is screwed up . Not able to join lobbys allready racing . Whats there is great FUN but whats missing is CRIMINAL!!!”
- “Bought this game souly to play the mini games online with my friends, low and behold I CANT they have left the best bit out.”
- “What I like and dont like? Ilike FlatOut.. the original based on damage and destruction. I dont like FlatOut 4 and its dated arcade style racing.”
What do you think about the new FlatOut game? Is it worth the price? Let us know in the comments below.
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