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Mike Stevens | Jun, 05 2009 | 0 Comments

CODEMASTERS, publishers of the popular Colin McRae Rally franchise along with DiRT and Racedriver Grid, have been working hard on FUEL, a new arcade-style racer that features locations from across the western half of the continental United States.

Adding up to a total driveable terrain of 5560 square miles (or 8947 sq. km), FUEL offers not only the largest useable area in any game, but it?s also set a new Guinness World Record in the process.


The courses in FUEL include well-known locations and cities ? arid and urban alike - from around the western United States, along with a variety of climates and weather conditions.

The range of vehicles on offer in FUEL include all types of racing cars and motorbikes (road and dirt, even four-wheelers). None of the cars in the game are licenced, however, so like Burnout and Ridge Racer, you can expect to see some crazy make-believe car design.

Check out the images and video below.

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