inertial drift xbox one

Think of yourself as a bit of a drift king? Reckon you have what it takes to show your skills to the world? Well, the twin-stick drifting racer that is Inertial Drift has been announced, and it’ll have you rethinking everything you thought you knew!

Coming from PQube and Level 91 Entertainment, Inertial Drift will hit Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC in the Spring of 2020, delivering an intense 1-on-1 arcade racing experience that completely re-engineers drifting. By introducing twin-stick controls, Inertial Drift will see you attempting to speed along stunning tracks in the pink Japanese sunset with a fighting-game-like roster of 16 unique cars, drivers and techniques.

You can check out the initial announcement video for Inertial Drift down below, but the very key features include:

  • Twin-stick drifting! – Twice the controls, twice the control! A completely new level of precision allows for drifts a hair’s breadth away from the crash barrier, making every turn intense!
  • 16 different driving styles! – Every character and their car in Inertial Drift have an unique driving style! Pick your favourite technique or master all of them to become the ultimate racer!
  • 90s Retro-Future setting! – 20 tracks, flooded by the lights of pink Japanese sunset and vibrant neon-cities, set the stage for thrilling chases!
  • Intense 1-on-1 racing! – Scaling the races down to duels adds excitement to every face-off, giving you an adrenaline boost every time you see headlights in your back mirror and hear the music pick up!

If you’re planning on attending EGX London later this week then you’ll find Inertial Drift available as part of the PQube line-up. Make sure you take the time to check it out.

If you aren’t, then well, stay tuned to these pages and we’ll be sure to bring you info and development progress in regards the game in the build up to release in the Spring. It promises to be a racing game like no other.

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