Sony Computer Entertainment have revealed the Studio 33 developed Destruction Derby: Arenas, at the E3 expo in Los Angeles.


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Destruction Derby: Arenas will be fully compatible with Sony's broadband gaming network, allowing 16 players to simultaneously ram and crash in to each other, as you attempt to destroy the other competitors custom cars.

The game will also feature a selection of heavily themed tracks, bowls and arenas, including the likes of a crowded Chinatown marketplace, and the hills of San Francisco, along with the ever popular all-out gladiatorial themed bowl.


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Destruction Derby: Arenas is due for release on the PlayStation 2 this Autumn.