Motorstorm: Apocalypse’s Skyline track hops roofs

After a small period of silence following its E3 reveal, Evolution Studios has given us one last preview for Motorstorm: Apocalypse in 2010, revealing the Skyline track.

Skyline, to give it to you straight, is a track set on collapsing city rooftops, where players race — hoping off ramps from one building to the next — as the buildings crumble. Sound fun? To play, most likely; to develop probably not. According to game director Matt Southern, building the track was a real test of developer Evolution Studios’ talent.

“Making the track spectacular but also fun and winnable by all 13 vehicle classes has been a real test of everything we’ve learned,” he wrote on the PlayStation.Blog.

This is just the first of many “surprise tracks” to come for Motorstorm: Apocalypse. Stay tuned. For now, check out the screenshots of Skyline at the gallery.

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