Of all the games to feature realistic driving components, you wouldn't have expected it from Carmageddon, but that's exactly what we're getting in the remake of the classic vehicular manslaughter title.
In a new video of pre-alpha gameplay, the developers (of the original as well as the remake) Isle of White based Stainless Games, show off the in-depth suspension physics system that will govern how exactly your vehicle will handle and keep to the road.
In it we see various systems working in tandem to control the wheelbase and the individual wheels as they shunt up and down at the behest of the varied surfaces it travels over. It's quite in-depth for something you'd' expect to be very simple and arcade like.
Forget running over pedestrians, this looks like it might be a fun racer in its own right.
If this trailer or any of the others that Stainless has released has gotten you excited for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, then you may not have long to wait. While the game itself isn't expected to release for some time, the early access alpha is set to debut sometime in Q1 this year, so keep your eyes peeled.