PQube Announce Crash Time 5: Undercover On Xbox 360, PS3 And PC

PQube today announced that Crash Time 5: Undercover will be smashing onto Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC Q2 this year!  The Crash Time franchise is a “Driver meets Burnout” style racer, focused on huge crashes and smashes. The success of Crash Time 4: The Syndicate has resulted in huge demand for a fifth installment and the developer Synetic has taken it to the next level with the latest installment, “Crash Time 5: Undercover”.

Crash Time 5: Undercover introduces the ‘Crash Cam’ to the series – giving you an instant replay of your most outlandish smashes. With over 50 high octane missions spanning huge and varied open world environments, Crash Time 5: Undercover© delivers an explosive storyline to provide a blockbuster movie experience!

Crash Time 5: Undercover  is packed with over 50 supercharged cars and armored vehicles, armed to the rims with a huge selection of dangerous weapons including spike strips, EMP’s, oil cannons and more!

Crash Time 5: Undercover  helps cement PQube as a major player in the racing game genre with releases WRC 3, SBK Generations, MX Mud and upcoming Moto GP 13 in their recent portfolio of titles.

Head of Marketing, Andy Pearson quoted: “Crash Time 4 was a lot of fun and Crash Time 5: Undercover has introduced even more elements into the series. With a huge focus on outrageous crashes and over the top scenarios CT5 is a ‘must have’ for fans of the Crash Time series and anyone who enjoyed the intensity of Burnout and Need for Speed Most Wanted or the huge landscapes that can be found in Forza Horizon

Business Development Director, Soren Lass quoted :
“We are very pleased to continue our successful collaboration with PQube and we are confident that their expertise in the racing genre as well as their solid distribution will help Crashtime 5 : Undercover© meet its full potential in the UK market”  

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!