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Post-Apocalyptic Strategy RPG ‘DoomCar’ Open for Pre-Registration Today


The year is 2057, massive space vessels of unknown origin suddenly appear on earth and lay waste to our world with unrelenting and overwhelming force. On a barren and post-apocalyptic wasteland, the annihilation caused by faceless alien invaders leaves humans battling for resources.

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Strategy RPG DoomCar is now open for pre-registration on Android (Graphic: Business Wire)

Strategy RPG DoomCar is now open for pre-registration on Android (Graphic: Business Wire)

Society has chosen a lethal new order of vehicular society, one that might just survive this toxic and hostile environment. Powerful, atmospheric, electromagnetic waves prevent most electronics from functioning; so armoured combat vehicles are the only way to get around and fight over increasingly scarce resources.

DoomCar is a strategy RPG wrapped in a distinctly dystopian world, but this doesn't mean you can’t have lots of fun simply surviving. Collect and upgrade over 100 vehicles, source new equipment (or simply steal it) from all manner of NPC factions. Take your supercharged war chariots out on the open road and engage in the ultimate battle royale; with rogue-like modes making every road trip a new and maniacally dicey experience. You can also tailor war chariot battle formations, individual driver skills, professions, affinities, and progression.

Create the ultimate team, take on all comers and become the despotic driver of your dreams. A rich variety of single player, cooperative, PvP, and clan vs clan modes will satisfy even the most competitive amongst you. While an advanced matchmaking system provides fair, competitive PvP environments for players of all skill levels and progression.

Pre-register on Google Play for Android™ and stay tuned on Facebook for news about the iOS pre-registration.

Sean Young
Overseas PR Manager, YOOZOO Games


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