Wheels of Destruction Available March 27 Exclusively for PlayStation®Network

By: Louis Edwards

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Take on the World in the Premier Downloadable Car Combat Game for PSN, Coming March 27 at $9.99

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Gelid Games is proud to announce that Wheels of Destruction is coming exclusively to PlayStation®Network on March 27 for $9.99. Wheels of Destruction has been trickling in a slew of information on this arcade-style, class-based, car combat shooter over the past couple weeks, and now, it just got real.

Wheels of Destruction has five different vehicle classes to best suit players of different styles. From the brutal Heavy to the quick-firing Assassin, each class has their strengths and weaknesses to rule the battlefield. Check out the amazing trailers here:

Scout – the speedster class: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uGCAOk8S1U
Heavy – the tanking class: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luLs92QAMTw
Assassin – the quick-draw class: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u15tnVt3mOY

Wheels of Destruction pits players in an arena of demolish-or-be-demolished competition. Five distinct classes make for deadly cutthroat vehicle combat with a unique futuristic aesthetic – all powered by the Unreal Engine. Wheels of Destruction brings gamers together just to tear them apart in an addictive, easy-to-learn but hard-to-master battle behind the wheel. Just make sure you’re ready for chaos and carnage!

For more information on Wheels of Destructionby Gelid Games, check out the Website at www.thewodgame.com. Also, follow the game on Facebook at facebook.com/wheelsofdestruction.

About Gelid Games, Inc.:

Gelid Games, Inc. brings together some of the best gaming talent in the industry to create original games, targeting all platforms – mobile through console. We are religious gamers who pour our passion into creating fun and engaging games like our first title, Wheels of Destruction. The founders of Gelid Games are seasoned professionals of the digital entertainment and computer industries. Headquarters are located in Northern California.

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