For those in need of a new type of racing experience, publisher PQube and indie developer Level 91 Entertainment have released an early version of their upcoming game, Inertial Drift, for absolutely free.
Inertial Drift: Sunset Prologue provides players with a hands-on first-look at what to expect when the full game releases this August. The prologue is free-to-play right now on PC via Steam.
Players will be able to choose from two different cars – the Coda Gecko, an all-around balanced type of vehicle which will be great for new players; and the HPE Dragon, a high-performance vehicle that lacks a bit of maneuverability, but provides plenty of power and top speed – while checking out two of the game’s race tracks in Lakeside Loop and Sunset Sea Circuit.
Inertial Drift – which is set in a 90s-styled retro-future – will utilize twin-stick drift mechanics, letting players take a whole new spin on the drifting mechanic of the racing genre. Although the Sunset Prologue is only available on Steam, racing enthusiasts will be able to snag the full game on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC when it launches on August 7th.
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