notmycar looks like Rocket League without the league

Platforms: PC

notmycar looks like it might be the perfect blend of two of the biggest genres of online game right now - it's a car based battle royale game that sees you go up against other online players to find out who has the best destructive driving skills and comes out on top.

notmycar  drops players onto a massive island battleground where they must outlast the competition to become the last car standing. Players  equip their autos with brutal weapons and abilities to brawl in a vehicular battle royale. To win, players will need more than a tight ride - cunning, skill, and an arsenal of strategy is needed at the wheel to win the fast-paced, chaotic, tire squealing mayhem that is notmycar.


“Skybound’s constant goal is to create quality content for our fans and new fans alike,” said Skybound Games CEO Ian Howe. “notmycar is an incredible concept and we’re excited to share this Test Drive with our community. Their voice directly effects the products we’re going to focus on, so being able to get their feedback at this point is a huge opportunity.”

notmycar is coming to Steam in Spring 2019. The closed beta kicks off tomorrow.

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