The game drops players into heart-pumping, electrified racing action
with 20 cars on a track all targeting the finish line and battling each
other as they trade paint and collect intense power-ups, including the
ability to blast other cars out of the way with huge bursts of energy,
boost their speed, and more.
While controlling photo realistic
cars, gamers can use offensive and defensive attacks as they battle for
the lead and careen through real-world track locations ranging from L.A.
and San Francisco to the streets of Hackney, UK and the treacherous
roads of Barcelona, Spain.
Beyond the action-packed racing filled
with fast curves, sneaky alternate routes, hair-raising jumps and fully
realized damage models that provide for spectacular crashes, Blur's
narrative is presented through Bizarre's innovative new community-based
interface, reaching far beyond the game itself. This unique
story-driving social network evolves dynamically as players compete in
different races, make new friends, rivals and fans, and connect with
other racers both in-game and in real life.
Looking beyond Blur's
single player story, gamers can engage in competitive and team-based
multiplayer races with up to 20 players online, or on a single console
via 4-player split-screen. Bizarre is especially excited to introduce
Blur's original social gaming experience - Custom Groups, where anyone
can create unique multiplayer modes based on their favorite ways to play
the game. These new modes are immediately shared through Blur's social
network, expanding the game in ways that are only limited by the gaming