Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 Was Recently Announced, Set To Release On March 2nd

Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 Was Recently Announced, Set To Release On March 2nd
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Monster Jam is one of the most exciting forms of entertainment available today. It puts monster trucks on full display, including legendary vehicles like Grave Digger, Max-D, and El Toro Loco. For years, it has continued to provide excitement — even in the video game space with Monster Jam Steel Titans.

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The game did so well that many pined for a sequel. Ask and you shall receive. Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 was officially revealed not too long ago, accompanied by a trailer and a March 2 release date.

That’s coming up here in the not too distant future, so if you enjoyed the original, you can get excited for the continuation of the monster truck series that many extreme sports gaming enthusiasts had a lot of fun with.

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The original game had some standout elements, such as officially licensed monster trucks, amazing courses, and no-holds-barred racing. The developer is looking to take the series forward in unique ways, but keeping the classic monster truck action that fans have enjoyed thus far.

It’s being developed by Rainbow Studios and published by THQ Nordic. There are already a lot of confirmed trucks, including the iconic Grave Digger, Gas Monkey Garage, Jurassic Attack, and everyone’s favorite, Zombie.

If you’ve seen these trucks on television or in real life, then you’ll be excited to see how much time the developer put into bringing their authentic details to life in Monster Jam Steel Titans 2. They know how important this aspect of monster truck racing is and seem to have delivered something authentic once again.

Online multiplayer will be supported, so if you’re hoping to put your skills to the test against others across the globe, you’ll be able to do just that in this sequel. The mode should give you plenty of racing content to look forward to, including weekly challenges and a chance to earn your way to the leaderboards.

According to the trailer, there will also be a total of five worlds to explore and around 38 monster trucks to take out in epic fashion. The environments look even more open ended than those in the previous installment, which bodes well if you like going around exploring and completing missions or challenges as you see fit.

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If you’re a Monster Jam fan, then this particular title is one you don’t want to miss. March 2nd is coming up here pretty shortly, but in the meantime, you can check out the most recent trailer to get an idea of the action.