Ford Off Road gets dirty

Licensed cars don't mean "no scars"

We've had a few Ford racing games over the past few years, but the series hasnow gone completelyoff the road. In a good way, that is. The tentatively-titled Ford Off Road will feature 24 tracks over three environments - forest, desert and mountain - and offer 12 different race modes. You'll be driving officially licensed Ford rally vehicles, SUVs and Land Rover off road vehicles. You know, the ones that work in mud.

Apparently, the game will finally let the vehicles collect dirt and grime - and even possibly take damage. Here at GamesRadar, we think damage is a good thing in racing games. If not because crashing cars is fun, because surely taking away the consequences of crashing them will give impressionable minds the wrong idea. But mainly because crashing cars is fun.

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