Start Your Tiny Engines as Micro Machines World Series Game Launches Today


Codemasters & Koch Media have today unleashed  miniature multiplayer mayhem on the gaming world with the release of Micro Machines World Series game on PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Steam (PC). To celebrate the launch and showcase the fun and carnage you’ll be experiencing in Micro Machines World Series game a new gameplay trailer is now playing at

The iconic series makes a triumphant return with a mixture of fan favourites and all new content that will delight players of all ages. Classic game modes Race and Elimination make a triumphant return and are complemented by an all new Battle mode which ramps up the carnage even further.

Supporting up to 12 players online and one to four players locally, Micro Machines World Series game gives you 12 amazing customisable vehicles to race and battle in 25 everyday locations including the kitchen table, garden, workshop and games room.

With Spy Cars, Hover Craft, Dumper Trucks, Tanks and more, Micro Machines lets you equip a unique load out and then collect a range of crazy NERF power ups and collectables such as blasters, mines, hammer and bombs to get the best of your opponents.

Available now on PlayStation® 4, Xbox One and Steam (PC) Micro Machines World Series game combines gaming nostalgia with incredible visuals and playability making it a hit for players old and new.

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