There’s a new racer on the horizon and this one is looking to boost its way into the lives of Xbox One, PS4 and Switch players pretty soon. Want to know all about Xenon Racer and the now confirmed release date?
Whilst we previously told you initial details surrounding Xenon Racer, we now find the game speeding towards a March 26th 2019 release on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, as the team at SOEDESCO not just confirm the arrival date, but also throw out a new trailer to allow all interested parties the chance to get a look at what is to come.
This trailer exhibits the 7 different racing locations found in the game, including four new tracks in North-America, France and China. Each location offers multiple racing opportunities, with different tracks that can be raced in both directions.
Xenon Racer promises to be the future of racing bridging the gap in vehicular racing as the switch is made from hybrid electric racing, to that of the first flying cars. Set in 2030, Xenon Racer sees the organisation of Xenon – a once in a lifetime championship for rookie drivers, to help test the new technology with car prototypes running on a combination of electricity and Xenon gas. The problem is, the big dogs behind the World Federation Racing Championship does not approve of this rogue championship and their missing endorsement means that the usual international race tracks cannot be used. This means the gravity defying racing must take to the bustling streets of cities worldwide, such as Shanghai in China and Miami in the USA. There are also races at more serene places; the Cote d’Azur in France and Lake Louise in Canada and you’ll be able to witness all of these locations in the new trailer below.
Xenon Racer will be arriving on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch come March 26th 2019 in both digital and physical forms, with a digital PC release to follow. Will you be found checking it out? The comments section is down below.
If you like what you see, then you can pre-order Xenon Racer on Xbox On right now. The usual £39.99 price is discounted down to £35.99 if you’re quick too. The Xbox Store will sort you out.