Players will soon discover if they are bad at parking. How? Well, the You Suck at Parking release date has finally been unveiled for September 14, which is just over two weeks from now. The indie driving racing title will launch on PC, Xbox, and Xbox Game Pass on that date, with a PlayStation and Nintendo Switch release scheduled for sometime in 2023. A physical release will also be releasing for all consoles next year. Let's take a closer look at it all, shall we?
Why should I care about the You Suck at Parking release date?
You Suck at Parking is a top down parking experience that will test your skills. Players will be able to play through both single-player and multiplayer modes as they race against the clock. The goal is simple: players must navigate obstacles and reach a designated parking spot. Simple, right? Well, you'll find out over 100 solo and 60 multiplayer levels that will have players dashing, drifting, and using their handbrakes indiscriminately with up to three other players. The multiplayer will also be cross-platform, so players won't have to worry about coordinating purchases on console or PC.
Players will also have the opportunity to climb global leaderboards and discover once and for all how bad they are at parking. If you like customization, you'll have a chance to get into it when you unlock Parking Totems to customize your ride. If you can't park well, you might as well look good, right?
If players find themselves enjoying the grind, then they can look forward to an "ever-growing, always-expanding, forever-changing game", which means that more cars, biomes, tracks, and customization options will be regularly added to the game after its launch.
If you want to check out the game now before its release date, be sure to head over to Steam and download the free demo, which has just been updated with new tracks. If you're looking for another arcadey driving game while you wait, games like Dangerous Driving 2 might be to your taste.
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