ScreamRide Gets a Playable Demo at Midnight Tonight, Launch Trailer Revealed

By   /   Feb 16, 2015

Microsoft has dated a playable demo for its upcoming Xbox-exclusive, ScreamRide.

The playable demo is available for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 and can be downloaded via Xbox Live starting at midnight tonight.

The free demo allows players to get a taste of each of the three career modes – the complete game features over 50 levels and a level creation editor.

Players can be a ScreamRider, riding through a near-death experience or an Engineer crafting his or her own unique roller coaster tracks or a Demolition Expert who devours on killing people and savors their screams.

In addition to the demo, players can now pre-order and pre-load the game as of this very instant and hop right in when the final build launches on Xbox One and Xbox 360 on Mar. 3, 2015.

Frontier Developments has also released a new Launch Trailer, giving players a taste of what awaits them. You can check it out above!

Do you have it in you to defy the Newton’s laws of Physics? Strap on for a breathtaking ride tonight!

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