ATV Offroad Fury 4

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ATV Offroad Fury 4
ATV Offroad Fury 4 Coverart.jpg
Developer(s) Climax Racing
Publisher(s) Sony Computer Entertainment
Series ATV Offroad Fury
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s)
  • NA October 31, 2006
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer, online multiplayer
Distribution DVD

ATV Offroad Fury 4 is a racing video game, developed by Climax Racing. The game was released in North America on October 31, 2006 exclusively for the PlayStation 2. It is the fourth installment of the ATV Offroad Fury series, and the sequel to ATV Offroad Fury 3.


ATV Offroad Fury 4 sees the introduction of new vehicles such as MX motocycles, Trophy Trucks and Dune Buggies, alongside existing ATV quad racers; this allows the game to include up to 50 Championship Modes. In addition to improved graphics, it also has an additional 60 tracks and improved online gaming.

In terms of in-game controls, more tricks are possible while the player is on an MX motorcycle, but none can be performed while the player is controlling a Trophy Truck and Dune Buggy. Similar to the risk of being thrown off an ATV or motorcycle in the game, Trophy Trucks and Dune Buggies are vulnerable to rollovers, from which the player's vehicle will be automatically reset back on all four wheels, as are the ATV and motorcycle. The game also offers tutorials on how to drive Trophy Trucks and Dune Buggies.

Similar to NASCAR Thunder 2004, is the introduction of rivals. All opponents have an icon above them; when a player hits an opponent, the opponent, the icon will turn red, and the opponent will be more aggressive towards the player.[1]

The game has a "Story Mode", where players compete in events around the world, and players are required to complete a certain amount of events to move on.[2]

ATV Offroad Fury 4 includes more mini-games, such as "Ice Hockey" (introduced in ATV Offroad Fury 2), "Scavenger Hunt", "King Of The Hill", "Bowling", and "Ring of Fire".

Online capabilities for this game have ended.


Artist Song
30 Seconds to Mars "Attack"
Alkaline Trio "We Can Never Break Up"
Damone "What We Came Here For"
Eighteen Visions "Victim"
El-P "Everything Must Go"
Emanuel "Viscera"
End of Fashion "The Game"
From Autumn to Ashes "Love It or Left It"
Ima Robot "Creeps Me Out"
Lamb of God "Redneck"
Moneen "Yodily-Odily-Odily-O"
The Perceptionists "Party Hard"
Priestess "Everything That You Are"
Rise Against "Bricks"
Riverboat Gamblers "True Crime"
Rock Kills Kid "Raise Your Hands"
Röyksopp (Queens of the Stone Age remix) "Go with the Flow"
Someday Never "The Natural Trend of Breathing"
Supagroup "Invincible Me"
The Confession "Jealousy"
Audioslave "Original Fire"
Diplo (feat. Sandra Melody) "Newsflash"
Family Force 5 "Cadillac Phunque"
Monty Are I "In This Legacy"
Mutemath "Typical"
Senses Fail "Stretch Your Legs to Coffin Length"
The Swivelheadz "Rattle and Shake"
The Swivelheadz "Racetrack 3000"
The Swivelheadz "Ready For the Ride"
The Swivelheadz "Japanese Burn"
Sunny Levine "Orange Stella Sound System"
Sunny Levine "Bangkok Starters"
The Swivelheadz "Wanna Make This"
The Swivelheadz "Get In the Car"
Diplo "Tambo"


The game received positive reviews. CNET praised the vehicle upgrade system, but criticized the freestyle events, voice acting, and the AI, a common recurrence throughout the series. Nonetheless, CNET considered the game as the best in the series.[2]


  1. ^ "ATV Offroad Fury 4 Review - PlayStation 2 Games - CNET Reviews - page 2". Retrieved 2012-08-16. 
  2. ^ a b "ATV Offroad Fury 4 Review - PlayStation 2 Games - CNET Reviews". 2006-10-31. Retrieved 2012-08-16. 

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