The sequel to Burnout, which was originally launched in November 2001 to universal acclaim from media and consumers alike, Burnout 2: Point of Impact delivers an incredibly fast and high-action driving experience, with vastly improved gameplay, new game options and bigger, better and more insane crash carnage. Burnout 2: Point of Impact boasts larger tracks, fully tuned-up custom motors and all-new thrilling crashes. Reckless driving is rewarded with an improved Burnout meter: take to the air, slide through corners or swerve to avoid a near head-on collision to fill the meter before unleashing an adrenalin fuelled power surge. A new points system allows you to unlock challenges and modes throughout the game.
Burnout 2 includes modes such as 'Pursuit', which allows drivers to race a police car in hot pursuit of opponents whilst attempting to ram them off the road. The brand new "Crash" mode allows drivers to perform the most insane crashes and incredible pile-ups ever seen in a video game.
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