First Micro Machines World Series gameplay trailer released

First Micro Machines World Series gameplay trailer released

As you might've spied back in January, Deep Silver and Codemasters are working on a new Micro Machines game, named Micro Machines World Series.

The short but sweet trailer for Micro Machines World Series highlights some of the various courses players can race around including a games room, a kitchen, a garden and a workshop. In addition to the return of the classic Race and Elimination modes, we are extremely excited by the new Battle Arenas.

Check out the trailer below.

Micro Machines also includes racing modes, four-player local races, and up to 12-player online multiplayer.

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Codemasters released the last game in the series, Micro Machines V4, way back in June 2006 for PS2, PSP and Nintendo DS.

Micro Machines World Series will include cameos from Nerf, Ouija and G.I. Joe - you can play as a Cobra HISS tank, for example - and the aforementioned ravenous hippopotami. Spanning modes such as Capture the Flag, Territory and even Team Deathmatch, up to 12 players can compete across an assortment of 15 differently themed arenas.

Codemasters claims that each of the 12 vehicle types on offer will have its own unique weapon systems, making for some strategic choices during selection, as well as adding to the madness that is the average Micro Machines experience.