Destruction AllStars game modes detailed with new PS5 trailer

Lucid Games has released a brand new trailer for Destruction AllStars which gives a glimpse of the game modes that players will be able to take part in when the game releases on PS5. Those game modes include Mayhem, Carnado, Stockpile, and Gridfall. There will also be a training mode, a single player mode called the Challenge Series where players compete against the AI, and there will also be rewards too. Those rewards will include skins and designs.


Here are how the Destruction AllStars modes stack up:

  • Mayhem – This is the game’s deathmatch mode in both through both solo and teams with the aim to cause as much damage as possible in the time limit.
  • Carnado – Again a solo and team mode similar to Mayhem. The twist is to earn gear by crashing into other players and driving into the carnado for points. You will then have to run around on foot to get a new vehicle through finding one or through theft.
  • Stockpile – A mode where players have to gather gears from other players and deposit them in banks around the arena to score points.
  • Gridfall – This is a free for all mode where 16 players start and only one can win. Aside from having to deal with other players there is the added risk of the ground gives way around you.

Last week, Destruction AllStars was delayed from being a launch title to a PS Plus title for February, A statement was released and that said:

Hi everyone – we wanted to share a quick update on our plans for Destruction AllStars. We’ve decided to move the game’s release from November 2020 to February 2021, where it will be included for two months in PlayStation Plus at no additional cost.

Destruction AllStars is a multiplayer game that’s at its best when you’re competing with gamers online from all around the world. We want as many people as possible to experience the mayhem on PS5, and what better way to do that than to provide the game to our PlayStation Plus members?

Next week, we’ll return with a brand-new trailer and more details on the game, so you’ll know exactly what to expect when you download it in February.

This may be disappointing news for some of you who were looking to play the game at launch, but we hope you understand the decision. For those of you that have already pre-ordered the game, be it via PlayStation Store,, or at retail, your purchase will be refunded.

Thank you for your continued support, we look forward to seeing you in the arena in February!

Source: PS Blog

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