Sumo Digital, the studio behind Crew Sonic Racing, is gearing up for an additional go on the racing style. This time, the developer is teaming up with Fortunate Mountain Video games for Hotshot Racing. Curve Digital will publish the title, which intends to channel “traditional arcade racers” equivalent to Virtua Racing and Cruis’n USA. It would launch on an unspecified date this spring for the PlayStation four, Nintendo Swap, PC through Steam, and Xbox One.
Try Hotshot Racing’s colourful and polygonal trailer beneath:
As seen within the announcement trailer, this fast-paced arcade-style racer makes use of retro visuals. The groups at Sumo and Fortunate Mountain fused drift dealing with mechanics with an exhilarating sense of velocity to make for fairly the gameplay expertise. Gamers might particularly get a way of the thrill with 60 frames per second within the single-player mode.
Hotshot Racing will characteristic fairly a number of multiplayer choices, too, of each the native and on-line selection. With the web races, gamers will be capable to problem as much as seven different racers. Native co-op choices embrace four-player split-screen modes. The sport’s roster will encompass eight completely different drivers, every of which brings a singular persona and a number of four-wheeled automobiles to the desk. Tracks are quite a few as effectively, with Hotshot Racing set to launch with 16 tracks primarily based in locales around the globe.
Sumo Digital has possible been extremely busy of late. In October 2019, the studio introduced a brand new UK-based crew in Warrington, England. Referred to as Sumo North West, this crew’s major focus is on offering engineering and code help for Sumo’s numerous purchasers. Moreover, Sumo started a partnership with 2K Video games final summer season for at the moment unannounced tasks.
[Source: Curve Digital via Saving Content]