The off-road racer, and sequel to 2019’s original, is set to feature over 35 licenced vehicles, a significant increase from the first time around.
The latest trailer once again stops short of showing true gameplay, instead, this appears to be a mix of replays and custom camera angles for trailer use.
Assuming this is representative somewhat of the final Overpass 2 product, we can see what appears to be a detailed suspension system, big dust clouds and a higher tempo than the more sedate original. There’s also a scene teasing dynamic time-of-day changes.
UTV, side-by-side or SSV models from the likes of Yamaha, Polaris, Kawasaki and Artic Cat are showcased.
What we hope for this time is more precise vehicle handling and a clearer career structure. We’ll find out later this year, when the Neopica-developed title hits PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on 19th October 2023.