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Steel Rats

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre: Racing
Publisher: Tate Multimedia
Developer: Tate Multimedia
Release Date: Nov. 7, 2018

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'Steel Rats' (ALL) Free To Play On Xbox and PC This Weekend

by Rainier on April 2, 2021 @ 8:00 a.m. PDT

Steel Rats is a visceral and groundbreaking evolution of the 2.5D action arcade genre, fusing destructive, octane-fueled motorbike combat and death-defying stunt gameplay, set in a visually stylized retro-future world.

Become one with your bike as you master the realistic physics-based controls of these powerful and deadly vehicles. Choose how you want to tear through the stylized and highly detailed environments of Steel Rats, traversing up, down, left and right as your bike speeds fluidly in and out of the game world, over rooftops and through enemy-infested tunnels.

Join the Steel Rats, a larger-than-life punk biker gang who once ruled the streets of Coastal City and now find themselves as the last line of defense against an invading horde of destructive and constantly evolving army of junkbots. Choose your character, and unlock new special abilities and customizable bikes to fight with style through vast areas of the city in a deadly mix of speed, agility and firepower.

Tate Multimedia is happy to announce that, If you have yet to visit an alternative, dieselpunk version of 1940’s American Coastal City, and save it from the deadly invasion of alien Junkbots - now it’s a perfect time!  

From April 2nd until April 4th players will have a great opportunity to wreck and ride the coolest motorbikes out there as Steel Rats is available to play for free on Xbox One, and for free on PC (Steam).

Steel Rats features music from the Japanese rock trio The 5.6.7.8’s, who shot to fame after being featured in Kill Bill: Volume 1 with their hit song “Woo Hoo.” A remastered version of their track “Hoovering” will be featured in Steel Rats and was recorded exclusively for the game in the famous Parisian Midilive Studios, where music for films such as Taken and Hellboy II: The Golden Army was also recorded.

Steel Rats is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.


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