Inertial Drift screenshot

It’s time for the drift kings and queens to put the pedal to the metal as Inertial Drift gears up for release on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Yet it’s not just a digital release we’ll be seeing, as that will be accompanied by a glorious physical drop too.

We first heard of Inertial Drift from PQube and Level 91 Entertainment back in October 2019, when the game was first revealed and announced for a 2020 release date. Well, we’re fast moving through this year and before we know it the latter stages will be reached, and that is when Inertial Drift will arrive.

Come August 7th 2020 the 1-on-1 arcade racer that is Inertial Drift will be hitting Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC in both physical and digital fashion, letting those who are happy to embrace the newest of technologies get right into the action, whilst those who prefer to collect memorabilia will also have the chance to do so.

Inertial Drift will deliver some good old arcade racing, with twin-stick drifting controls ensuring that there is a whole new level of precision allowed. Yep, drifting a hair’s breadth away from the crash barrier, will make every turn intense, whilst the immersive 1-on-1 racing will just emphasis that. With duels on the cards you can be sure that excitement will be found every single time you get behind the wheel, and no matter whether you are pushing to move up the leaderboards, or practising your skills against ghost and AI opponents, Inertial Drift looks set to deliver.

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Throw in a glorious ’90 retro future setting, 20 tracks that have been flooded by the pink Japanese sunset, and more than 16 different driving styles, allowing you to become the master of all, then this could well be the ultimate drift racer.

We’ll be sure to remind you when August 7th rolls around, but for now, hold tight with the initial announcement trailer from back in October.


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