Carmageddon: Reincarnation dev video shows how suspension will work

Developer Stainless Games shared a new video for its in-development vehicular combat title Carmageddon: Reincarnation showing the studio's progress on in-game suspension.

The video above shows a coastal level and gives players a good look at the environment — which is based on a level from the original 1997 Carmageddon, according to a post on the game's official blog from designer Simone McDermott.

McDermott notes the video is "strictly" a suspension test and includes pre-alpha visuals, meaning it's still an area under heavy development. The car used in the video is the Twister, as it has the best handling for the studio to use when testing suspension. All materials, the designer notes, are also still a work in progress, and in the video suspension elements are highlighted with bright colors.

Carmageddon: Reincarnation was funded through Kickstarter in March 2013. The game is expected to be released via Steam Early Access early this year.

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