Fans of the action-driving series Burnout, rejoice: A major part of the franchise is making a comeback on current-generation consoles.

Developer Three Field Entertainment announced Danger Zone, a vehicular arcade-like destruction game, for PlayStation 4 and PC Wednesday. The game is slated for a May release and will cost $12.99.

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In a statement, studio co-founder Fiona Sperry said the game is directly inspired by Crash Mode from the Burnout series, in which players used cars to destroy environmental objects to earn points.

“We are going back to our roots by creating a game in a genre we are truly passionate about,” Sperry said. “Danger Zone takes what made the Crash Mode featured in 2004’s Burnout 3: Takedown so popular and transforms it into an all-new car-crashing, arcade-style puzzle game.”

Check out a gameplay clip of Crash Mode from Burnout 2 below:

In Danger Zone, players have to use their cars to trigger massive explosions for points. During crashes, players can also use other cars in traffic and payloads from larger vehicles to manipulate explosions to increase their scale. With enough points, players can also access SmashBreaker mode, which lets a car explode to further increase a player's in-game score.

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Three Fields Entertainment initially was launched in 2014 by Sperry and fellow Criterion Games co-founder Alex Ward. Previously, the studio has made the virtual reality shooter Lethal VR and the Crash Mode-inspired Dangerous Golf.