- "A digital trip that lands you the the wheel of Hell's hot rod."
- ―In-game description
The player pilots a heavily armored car in a post-apocalyptic Chicago, where the same must complete specific goals and objectives in a fixed amount of time and trying to run over as many demons as possible and trying to escape the control freaks (an equivalent of the Police).
Madness, as well as a majority of all of the Digital Trips have their own separate skill trees to assist Aiden during the Digital Trip. These skills/skill trees don't affect the main game in any way, and vice versa.
The player takes the control of the Madness Car, a heavily modified Vespid 5.2 with heavy armor, and all of the windows have been replaced with a metal cage or metal plating and the car's body has been altered with all kinds of other metal plating.
- Taking out a certain number of demons.
- Reaching a certain killstreak.
- Driving on the road at a certain distance.
- Evading the control freaks.
Considering that Madness Car is also the player's weapon, it can activate certain superpowers able to take out demons to take their souls, the main source of energy of the Madness Car's superpowers. There are red, white and blue demons to harvest souls from with whites having the most value. Due to this, white demons will avoid the Madness Car at any cost, thus creating a challenge to harvest them.
Be careful with explosive demons or craters, they will hit the car with a great force and can deplete some souls from the main source of superpowers. If doing a killstreak mission, these will interrupt the streak.
Skill Tree and Upgrades
The maximum level for the Madness Car is 30.
|Skills||Level 1||Level 2||Level 3|
|Souls||Demonic Power (point cost: 1)|
Increases the size of your soul power gauge by 25%.
|Harvester (point cost: 1)|
Increases the size of your soul power gauge by 50%.
|Soul Devourer (point cost: 1)|
Gain 50% more soul power for each soul you harvest.
|Armored Car (point cost: 1)|
When hit, the amount of soul power lost is reduced by 50%.
|Powers||Improved Eruption (point cost: 1)|
Your Eruption power no longer cost souls power to activate.
|Eruption Mastery (point cost: 1)|
Doubles Eruption's size and power.
|Soul Blast (point cost: 1)|
Press Y/Triangle to fire a Soul Blast that destroys everything in front of you.
|Improved Soul Blast (point cost: 1)|
Decreases the cost of your Soul Blast by 50%.
|Soul Blast Mastery (point cost: 1)|
Doubles the size of your Soul Blast.
|Soul Shears (point cost: 1)|
Press R3 to activate Soul Shears, deploying blades from the sides of your car.
|Soul Shears Mastery (poin cost: 1)|
Decreases the cost of your Soul Shears by 50%.
|Mastery||Expert Driver (point cost: 1)|
Increases the car's grip and acceleration.
|Master Driver (point cost: 1)|
Increases the maximum speed of your car.
|Combo Expert (point cost: 1)|
Increases the time allowed between 2 kills to perform a combo.
|Combo Master (point cost: 1)|
Doubles the bonus points you receive from combos.
|Madness Mastery (point cost: 1)|
Increases the time you have to accomplish each objective.
- Though barely visible in the digital trip, The Madness outfit is unlocked after completing all of the objectives and is available to use at any clothing store or hideout in the game once unlocked.
- For some reason the minimap isn't displayed until the player has to evade the control freaks. In that case, the minimap will appear and all police units are displayed on the map. Once the task ends, the minimap disappears again.
- Despite the player is placed in The Loop, one can actually use the entire city to play, as long as the missions are completed.
- This game is very similar to the arcade game Belcher in which the player takes control of a vehicle and drives it through a hell-ish world while defeating burping zombies.
- The "Control Freaks" are actually Elites driving S.M.A.D. police Cavales. It's odd that these Elites are not actually demons.
- In the Madness digital trip, the player can hear a voice talking to him. This is presumed to be the voice of Damien Brenks.
- He seems to merely taunt or encourage Aiden during this Digital Trip, as his former partner wreaks havoc.