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FlatOut 4: Total Insanity makes its way to the PC, now available on Steam

Raymond Bakker
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Raymond Bakker
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 | 18:02 GMT
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FlatOut 4: Total Insanity makes its way to the PC, now available on Steam

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 | 18:02 GMT
Raymond Bakker
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Raymond Bakker


The racing game FlatOut 4: Total Insanity is now available on the PC via the digital distribution platform Steam. The game was already available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

FlatOut 4 contains 27 customizable vehicles, 20 tracks, an Arena mode and a Stunt mode. The game alsos feature local and online multiplayer game modes that allow up to 8 players to race against each other.

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The new title is the fourth installment in the FlatOut franchise and was already available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 since March 17th 2017.

The PC version of the game was not announced with a separate trailer or announcement and suddenly appeared on the Steam Store last night.

The PC version of the game is a direct port of the console version but does include some standard graphics settings that are accessible via the game's options menu. The available graphics settings are Shadow Quality, SSAO, Texture Filtering and Particles.

The game does not include advanced graphics settings and various Steam reviews indicate that the game does suffer from framerate issues as a result of poor PC optimization.

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity is now available on PC for $33.99 or €38.24 on Steam.

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