Fuel Screenshots and Images - PC

Game Description:In an alternate version of the present, the globe has been scorched by environmental abuse. Out of the desolation, a new challenge arises - a race through the wasteland for fuel supplies. Adrenaline junkies with home-built off-road machines come from all over just for the chance to refuel. Race through an unprecedented open-ended world measuring over 5,000 square miles. Choose your own vehicle from a huge selection of two- and four-wheelers. Make your own trail as you blaze past the competition on more than 100,000 miles of track. Explore the tsunami-wrecked Pacific Coast, the desert wastes, and treacherous forests. Race day and night through sunshine and rain just for the chance to get some precious fuel.
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Fuel Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Best of 2009: Best Racing Game

    Posted: December 15, 2009

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  • G-Phoria '09: Best Racing Game

    Posted: August 5, 2009

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  • Fuel Demo Trailer

    Posted: July 9, 2009

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  • Fuel PC Launch Trailer

    Posted: June 30, 2009

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  • Fuel Review

    Posted: June 9, 2009

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