Milestone have given us a look behind the scenes of their new arcade racing title Gravel, sharing some interesting insights into the world of developing with Unreal 4. Information about the new Gravel game has been somewhat thin on the ground in recent weeks, however with Milestone now attempting to up the ante in terms of promotion before a release in 2018, we get our first look at a new series of 'Developer Diary' videos from the studio. In this first showcase feature, Milestone take us behind the scenes to have a look at what goes into making a game like Gravel, and some of the people involved in bringing this new title to PC and console players early next year. Especially interesting due to the use of the often hyped Unreal 4 game engine, Gravel will mark the first semi serious car racing title to appear on the visually spectacular platform. You can check out the five minute video for yourself below: .......................... About the game. Gravel will offer an experience unique to its kind: Milestone’s pedigree in simulation is valued here with physics grounded in reality, but fun will be the main focus, among wild drifting on the different terrains, crazy jumps and impossible manoeuvres. The variety of powerful vehicles, from trophy trucks to rally legends, will offer many different approaches to the driving experience, and the wide offer of environments will have you strapped in for an unforgettable world tour. Among deserts, jungles and snowy mountains you will have to shine in each and every discipline, whether it’s the wide open maps of the Cross Country or the narrow tracks of the Speed Cross. Become the ultimate Master or take part in some wild competition in the online game modes: Gravel will always have some fun ready for you! Gravel is scheduled to release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC during 2018. Check out the 'Other Racing Games' sub forum here at RaceDepartment for more discussion on Gravel and many other racing titles across both console and PC. Looking forward to Gravel? Do you think the game will be a success for Milestone? Interested in seeing how Unreal 4 works in a car racing game? Let us know in the comments section below!