overpass xbox one

Ready to take the off-road scene to the extreme? Overpass has just been announced for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Coming about via the brains of Bigben and Zordix Racing, – those behind Aqua Moto Racing Utopia – Overpass is an off-road simulation that will focus massively on conquering both natural and artificial obstacles. Screes, steep slopes, tree trunks, bogs: take your pick and take on the challenge of all-terrain pushed to the utter extreme!

Arriving on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC in October 2019, in Overpass you will be put in charge of powerful buggies and quads before being asked to hit up the most extreme of tracks and terrain that is more hazardous than you can ever imagine.

Putting the player up against craggy slopes, every inch of Overpass will ensure you are kept on your toes as you test your ability throughout technical obstacle courses along wilderness tracks. With a realistic physics engine requiring you to keep precise and meticulous control of your speed and acceleration, the challenge of Overpass will be a real one. Fail and you’ll lose grip and fail your crossing.

Overpass will come complete with a Career mode that lets you get down and dirty with both buggies and quads, with iconic brands such as Yamaha, Suzuki or Arctic Cat included. With differential locking, 2 or 4 drive wheels, different transmission types and more, you can be sure that you’ll be given all the tools needed in order to adapt your driving style to the terrain.

It won’t just be about beating the competition and attracting sponsors in the career though, and in multi-player mode, you’ll need to know and master the slightest detail of each track in order to post the best times and show that you are truly the master of off-roading!

We’ll be sure to keep you updated as to the progress of Overpass on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC as the weeks and months go by. For now, make sure you check out the announcement trailer.

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