Carnado, playable in both solo and teams, is all about risk and reward. It allows you to earn Gears – AllStars’ collectable in-game items – for damaging or wrecking competitors. You can also sacrifice your vehicle by driving it into the Carnado to score points, and will then be forced to get a new vehicle or steal one for a quick points boost.
Stockpile is Destruction AllStars’ take on capture and control and is a team-based mode. Players will need to wreck or knock out opponents to cause Gears to drop, and then will need to go on foot to collect the Gears and “run through a gauntlet of vehicles to one of the three banks around the map.” The team with the most banks at the end of the game wins.
Destruction AllStars Game Modes Reveal
Gridfall sees 16 players enter an arena to fight to be the last one standing. You will have to use your skills to stay in the game as the arena falls away throughout the round. As players are wrecked or knocked out, they will trade a respawn to get back in the game. Run out of respawns, and you are out.
There will also be a Training mode, a Challenge Series that will unlock exclusive Character and Player Cosmetics through a “curated series of challenging events against the AI, and a Rewards hub that will house Skins, Emotes, Vehicle Emotes, and Shouts.
When Destruction AllStars launches, it will just be the beginning. Throughout 2021, the team at Lucid Games will add new Seasons and Events, AllStars, Challenge Series, Features, and much more.
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