Sony's handheld is getting its own version of Full Auto 2.
November 10, 2006 - Today SEGA announced that a version of the PlayStation 3 launch title Full Auto 2: Battlelines is also being developed for the PSP. Battlelines drops armored vehicles into fully destructible urban environments and lets players destroy said environments to dynamically change track conditions. All this destruction lets you block competitors, open new paths, or crush opponents with falling debris.
In development at Deep Fried Entertainment, Battlelines players will be able to customize their vehicles with different skins and weapons. There will also be 15 new tracks awaiting decimation. The multiplayer portion of the game features different race modes via ad-hoc connections such as Head-On and Down & Back, or you can challenge others in Arena Deathmatch modes. Full Auto 2: Battlelines for the PSP also implements the fan-favorite Unwreck feature, which enables players to go all Prince of Persia and take another shot at a treacherous turn, avoid a deadly obstacle, or avoid enemy fire. All the action is backed by a rocking soundtrack including bands like Stone Sour, Sum 41, We Are Scientists, and Wolfmother.
Not just a port of the PS3 version, Full Auto 2: Battlelines for the PSP will feature exclusive content including a new 56 event single-player story mode, 15 new cars, numerous multiplayer and arena modes, and a host of new weapons.