THQ Nordic and Rainbow Studios have released a new trailer for the latest addition to the long line of Monster Jam games.

Monster Jam Steel Titans is set to release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC this June 25th, and as the build up to release draws ever closer, THQ Nordic and Rainbow Studios have revealed a new preview trailer from the game - giving players a glimpse of the latest in a long line of Monster Jam games that dates back to 2002's Monster Jam Maximum Destruction.

Set to feature no less than 25 real world trucks within the title, all of which Rainbow Studios describe as "authentic in looks, handling and behaviour', plus both highly detailed stadium locations and a "massive open world" map to explore, Monster Jam Steel Titans certainly looks like a very interesting new game, and hopefully a return to form for the popular franchise.

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Monster Jam Steel Titans will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam PC this June 25th.

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Wow. I had lots of fun in Monster truck madness many years ago. I hope this game will be cool too.
 
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Monster Truck Madness was my childhood. Hope this turns out well, sounds like some fun.
 
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I'm no die hard monster truck guy or anything, but it really is kind of sad that MTM2 is still the last good monster truck game. Twenty years running now. I hope this one ends up fun!
 

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I loved MTM2 back in the day, I hope this game will be good too! I haven't played a Monster Truck game in yonks!
 

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Blend in the destruction engine from Red Faction 2, Wreckfest, or BeamNG, and some decent shock physics and I'm so in.

Am I alone in wanting a career racing sim though, where I work my way up from county fairs to Monster Jam? I love the drag racing aspect.

FYI, there are sites online where you can DL an all in one dosbox executable and relive old times.
 
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This must be fun!
Anyone, please also bring the NHRA sim game back, with all the bells and whistles of today's graphics, physics and ffb
 

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The latest title to join the Monster Jam series of games has been released - Monster Jam Steel Titans.


Available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, Monster Jam Steel Titans is the official videogame of the Monster Jam series, the first of the franchise to be developed by Rainbow Studios. Complete with 25 official trucks and drivers, the game offers players several different types of driving experience using these awesome trucks - from open world exploring to the famous stadiums that helped the series make its name, Monster Jam Steel Titans has been developed to create an accessible yet realistic experience for fans of the category.

“Expanding the Monster Jam experience beyond our live events is something our fans ask us for every day – and we are thrilled to have done just that with Monster Jam Steel Titans!” said Jeff Bialosky, Vice President of Licensing & Retail Development, Feld Entertainment. “The team at Rainbow has delivered a Monster Jam game play experience that not only is accessible to all player skill levels but invites players to drive, explore and compete in massive, open environments. This, in addition to capturing all the action fans have come to love inside the arena.”

“Building Monster Jam Steel Titans allowed us to bring Rainbow’s prowess in off-road racing beyond MX vs ATV, delivering an experience which captures the incredible scale, power and excitement of Monster Jam!” said Chris Gilbert, CEO, Rainbow Studios. “We think fans will feel this both inside the arena and in our massive, open worlds.”
Available now, the new game retails for around £25.99 and is currently subject to a 10% Steam Summer Sale offer.

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About the Game
Real Trucks. Real Action. Monster Jam! Monster Jam Steel Titans delivers the complete Monster Jam experience for everybody to enjoy!

All the trucks, stunts, stadiums, racing and massive air in one game! Play in various game modes including Stadium and outdoor Racing, various Stunt Challenges and Destruction modes!
  • Drive a MONSTER! Compete with 25 of the most popular trucks including Grave Digger and Max-D!
  • Total destruction including breaking body panels, deforming junker cars as well as demolishing the environment!
  • Perform your favorite stunts! Bicycles, Stoppies, Moonwalks, Walk Its, Cyclones, Pogos, Power Outs and Back-Flips!
  • Hear the roar of huge crowds inside 12 stadiums packed with fans on your road to the Monster Jam World Finals!
  • Explore and smash through the environment in a Massive Outdoor World!
  • Train just like your favorite Monster Jam pro driver at Monster Jam University!
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It's the first authentic, somewhat realistic monster truck game since MTM2 in 1998.

That being said, the performance on consoles is quite poor and the physics are bizarre. Under about 100 km/h the game drives pretty realistic and looks really good, but as you increase speed the trucks will do all kinds of crazy ****. Most noticeable, is a massive tire issue. Anytime a tire touches the ground, it acts like there is load placed on it. So you'll be in the middle of a realistic looking flip or doing some kind of nice looking stunt, and one tire will brush the ground at a slightly imperfect angle, and the truck will just shoot off and do like 15-20 more moon-gravity-tier flips.