Soedesco has published a new video showcasing two cities in Xenon Racer, and more specific the Miami and Tokyo race tracks;
In the first city showcase video, we have a look at how Miami and Tokyo look like in Xenon Racer. These two major cities feature a total of seven racing tracks, that can all be raced in reversed direction as well.
The video first displays the “Miami Seaside” racing track in Miami, Florida. Here, players can drift along the shores, enjoying the spectacular ocean views.
The second city highlighted is the bustling metropolis of Tokyo, Japan. There’s a total of six racing tracks in Tokyo, called “Tokyo Downtown”, “Tokyo Garden”, “Tokyo Highway”, “Tokyo EXPO”, “Tokyo Port” and “Tokyo Skyscrapers”.
Xenon Racer, developed by 3DClouds, releases on March 26 for PlayStation®4 and PS4 Pro, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch™ and Steam®.
Three more city showcases will be released leading up to the launch.
About Xenon Racer
In the near future, the official racing federation has ordered a season’s pause from racing, to allow teams to ease into the transition to flying vehicles. To bridge this gap, top hybrid car manufacturers host a rogue championship for rookie drivers on the streets of cities worldwide.
Their advanced cars drive on electricity and Xenon gas, resulting in crazy speeds. Get behind the wheel, keep your adrenaline in check and drift through the streets. Boost to absurd speeds and become the ultimate Xenon Racer!
- Race at top speeds in electric vehicles boosted by Xenon gas
- Drift through the streets of cities like Tokyo and Dubai in 2030
- Triumph in singleplayer, split-screen & online multiplayer championships
- Customize your car with tons of parts to create the ultimate racing vehicle