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FlatOut 2 HD trailer takes destruction to new heights & FlatOut 2 playable at E3

2nd May 2006, Helsinki, Finland: Bugbear Entertainment Ltd. today announced the availability of the High Definition (HD) trailer for their forthcoming title FlatOut 2 slated for summer release on PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC CD-ROM. FlatOut 2 is playable for the first time by general public at the E3 tradeshow in Los Angeles from 10th to 12th of May 2006 at the Nordic booth (West hall, booth #2352).

With the sales of FlatOut closing in on the one million mark FlatOut has firmly established itself as a top action racing title on consoles and PC. Previews of FlatOut 2, slated for release this summer, have highlighted the games leading physics engine, unparalled destruction, highly addictive racing and humorous ragdoll stunt events. FlatOut 2 is now ready for primetime! The game hits the E3 showfloor and is playable for the first time by the general public, press and trade.

FlatOut 2 is playable at the Nordic Booth (West Hall, booth #2352) during the E3 tradeshow from Wednesday 10th to Friday 12th of May 2006.

Positioned as the most destructive action racing game on the consoles and PC, FlatOut 2's unique strengths and leading physics engine are amazingly higlighted in the FlatOut 2 HD trailer now available at Bugbear's website. Composed of pure in-game footage the trailer shows for real where the state of the art is with racing games and delivers a punch like no other racer!

Download the FlatOut 2 HD trailer now from Bugbear's press website at
user: press
password: filedownload

For further information, please contact:
Jussi Laakkonen
Business development director
Bugbear Entertainment Ltd.
Tel: +358 40 582 3959

Editors Notes

About Bugbear Entertainment:
Bugbear Entertainment Ltd. is an award-winning Finnish game developer concentrating on immersive and advanced racing games, whose games have sold over 1,5 million units to date. The company's worldwide blockbuster is the highly innovative 'FlatOut' on Playstation 2 R, Xbox R and PC CD with close to one million units sold worldwide. Bugbear's international breakthrough was the critically acclaimed 'Rally Trophy' in 2001, which was followed with 'Tough Trucks' in 2003. The N-Gage exclusive story-driven arcade racer 'Glimmerati' was released in 2005 to rave reviews placing it as the top driving game on the whole platform. The company is currently working on FlatOut 2 and other unannounced console, handheld and PC projects. For more information please visit

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