Yesterday, THQ Nordic and Feld Entertainment revealed Monster Jam Steel Titans, which will be available on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on June 25, 2019.

Monster Jam Steel Titans offers what fans of the series expect, including “all of the trucks, athletes, stunts, stadiums, and massive air”. The title includes competitions such as Stadium Racing, 2 Wheel Challenges, Freestyle, Waypoint Racing, Circuit Racing, and Timed Destruction.

“From the stunning visuals to the ultra-realistic truck physics, we are delivering the most authentic Monster Jam videogame experience to date,” said Jeff Bialosky, Vice President of Licensing & Retail Development, Feld Entertainment. “We are thrilled to be bringing Monster Jam Steel Titans to our fans this June, allowing them to feel what it’s like to be behind the wheel of a Monster Jam truck following our 2019 Monster Jam World Finals in May.”

For those who digitally pre-order Monster Jam Steel Titans on the PlayStation Store on the Microsoft Store will receive three Monster Jam trucks as soon as they load, and those who pre-order a physical copy will receive one of four Gold Monster Jam trucks. And if fans really want to splurge, the Collector’s Edition for $79.99 will include a limited edition Gold Grave Digger truck at 1/24 scale.

“Our team at Rainbow Studios has worked tirelessly with our partners at Feld Entertainment to ensure that we are delivering on every fans’ fantasy of getting behind the wheel of their favorite Monster Jam truck,” said Chris Gilbert, CEO, Rainbow Studios. “I, for one, will be performing wheelies and back flips in El Toro Loco® come this June!”

Monster Jam Steel Titans is now available for pre-order on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, and will release on June 25, 2019.


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Not the type of game that I would normally play, but I’ve been a big fan of THQ Nordic recently. I hope this game does well for them.

What do you think of Monster Jam Steel Titans? Are you going to pre-order it? Let us know in the comments!


Patrick Perrault

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Writer for TechRaptor, who hopes to gain valuable experience in a constantly changing industry.


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