Full Auto 2 PSP Bound

In a bit of news that completely surprised me today, Sega has announced that Full Auto 2: Battlelines, the upcoming (and formerly exclusive) PS3 launch title, is speeding onto the PSP next March. In development by Deep Fried Entertainment, Full Auto 2 on the PSP promises to deliver the high-octane, mass-destruction racing/car combat gameplay of the console versions while spicing things up with exclusive new content and features, including a 56 event single-player story mode, 15 car types crafted specifically for the PSP, a new arsenal of weapons, and a variety of Ad Hoc multiplayer modes, such as Head-On, Down & Back, and Arena Deathmatches. And, of course, the innovative Unwreck feature will be present and accounted for as well.

“The PSP is primed and ready for the frantic action that Full Auto 2: Battlelines will deliver,” said Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President of Marketing, SEGA of America, Inc. “The new cars, weapons, its 56 event single-player story-mode, and numerous multiplayer modes all add up to an unparalleled experience for gamers on the go.”

For more information visit Sega’s new Full Auto 2: Battlelines PSP game page, and check out the first game screenshots below:

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