Gas Guzzlers Extreme Full Metal DLC to Add New Cars, Modes and, of Course, Zombies

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Car combat racer Gas Guzzlers Extreme, which we reviewed last year and praised as an exhilarating racing experience offering “many hours of drive-and-shoot enjoyment,” will soon become even more fast, fun and furious with the addition of downloadable content.

Iceberg Interactive will be releasing two DLC packs for the Steam (PC/Mac and eventually Linux) title, beginning next week with the Full Metal Frenzy pack, followed by the summertime launch of the Full Metal Zombie pack. Not even Gas Guzzlers Extreme could resist jumping aboard the zombie apocalypse bandwagon.

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Zombies aside, these DLC packs will add new arenas, cars, modes, power-ups and skins. Oh yeah, and a female announcer voice-over option. Let’s take a closer look at what’s planned for each add-on.

Full Metal Frenzy DLC Includes:
• Two levels (arenas)
• Two new cars
• One new team skin for all 20 cars, including police skin with siren and lights
• Female announcer voice-over
• Two new power-ups
• Three new game modes

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Full Metal Zombie DLC Includes:
• One new level (arena)
• One New car
• One new team skin, for all 21 cars
• Nine zombie types and animations
• One new game mode ‘Defend the Base’

In case you were wondering, the screenshots on this page are all from the Full Metal Frenzy DLC. No zombie screenshots have been released as of yet, but we’ll be back to share those with you as soon as any surface.

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