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Xenon Racer Trailer Previews the March 26 Release


SOEDESCO has just released a brand new launch trailer for the futuristic game Xenon Racer. You can check out the trailer below. Xenon Racer will be available for the PlayStation 4, the PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and digitally on Steam.

As shown in the trailer, there’s a massive amount of customization options for the vehicles in Xenon Racer. Besides changing the looks of the car with several different livery’s and skins, players can also switch parts to change the statistics and performance. Each of the tracks has different requirements, so players will have to discover which car and which parts are most effective to obtain maximum velocity. Additionally, it’s key to drift. Drifting and boosting aren’t merely cool features in Xenon Racer, they are absolutely essential to get top speeds on the leaderboards.

Xenon Racer offers lush, vibrant graphics, all created using Unreal Engine. The sleek, futuristic cars were designed by Marcello Raeli, who is known for his work with brands such as Subaru, Ferrari and Koenigsegg. Xenon Racer has both a performance mode and quality mode, both running in 4K resolution. In quality mode, the graphical settings are at their highest and the frame rate never drops below 30 FPS. In performance mode, some graphical settings are turned down a bit to guarantee a steady 60 FPS.

Race at top speeds in electric vehicles boosted by Xenon gas. Drift through the streets of major cities like Tokyo and Dubai in the year 2030. Triumph in singleplayer, split-screen & online multiplayer championships. Master your drifting skills, it’s essential to get the best times on the leaderboards. Customize your car with tons of parts to create the ultimate racing vehicle.

What do you guys think of the new trailer for Xenon Racer? Let us know in the comments.

Jenna Busch
Jenna Busch has written and spoken about movies, TV, video games and comics all over the Internet for over a decade, co-hosted a series with Stan Lee, appeared on multiple episodes of Tabletop, written comic books and is a contributing author and assistant editor for the PsychGeeks book series including Star Wars Psychology. She founded the site Legion of Leia and hosts the Legion podcast.