Three Fields features folks behind Burnout and for the longest time, fans of that series have wanted them to make something more akin to Burnout. This becoming a reality started with Danger Zone, which brought back a limited version of crash mode – and appears to be continuing on now with two different projects. Danger Zone 2 will bring the crash testing out to roads instead of weird-looking test locations – and appears to bring Crash mode back from the dead. The Burnout fans will likely be thrilled with Dangerous Driving – a track-based racing game with boosts, takedowns, and destruction that appears to be the spiritual successor to Burnout. Dangerous Driving is due out in the winter of 2018 for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Danger Zone 2 will be released on the PC, Xbox One, and PlaySttion 4 on July 13 – and feature PS4 Pro and Xbox One X enhancements.