Social networking sites are on everyone’s mind, and that includes Activision’s. Under the social network interface in Blur
, you will be able to send messages with any form of game details you might want to spread around.
Ben Ward, Social Media Manager at Bizarre Creations, puts up his tweet
directly from the game to give us an example.
So if you want to socially proclaim your latest racing victory, challenge other players, or plain smack talk in public, you can now do so via Twitter.
Blur™ is the ultimate powered-up racing experience, dropping players into heart-pumping, electrified action with up to 20 cars trading paint as they charge towards the finish line. Drivers careen through real-world track locations packed with fast curves, sneaky alternate routes and hair-raising jumps in over 50 licensed cars as they collect and tactically utilize intense Power-ups, including the ability to blast other cars out of the way with huge bursts of energy, boost their speed, and more. For the ultimate multiplayer racing gameplay experience, Blur offers a first in the racing genre with up to 20 players online at the same time, a progressive ranking system that rewards gamers the more they play, objective based race events, and if that weren’t enough, Blur brings back a fan favorite with 4-player split-screen gameplay. Blur will be available this spring for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.