Frontier Developments and Microsoft Studios’ ScreamRide, a roller coaster building and destruction simulator announced earlier in 2014, arrives exclusively for Xbox on March 3, 2015, according to Xbox Wire.
The game gives you the same construction tools as the developers, that you can use to build every aspect of a theme park, including rides and other structures. You can build, ride, and then cleverly destroy the roller coasters of your dreams. A powerful physics engine encourages creativity as you construct Rube Goldberg-ian systems of fun and chaos. The horror of onlookers is quantified into a score that can be compared to your peers via global leaderboards.
ScreamRide will be available in stores and digitally on March 3, 2015 in North and South America, with releases following in other regions over the subsequent three days. It costs $40 on Xbox One and $30 on Xbox 360.
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