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Xenon Racer to cross the finish line in early 2019, stylish new box art revealed

SOEDESCO has revealed the official new box art for Xenon Racer. The futuristic arcade racer, developed by Italian studio 3DClouds, is scheduled to launch early 2019 for PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®4 Pro, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch™ and Steam®. For all three consoles, the game releases both digitally and physically.

Drifting through city streets
In Xenon Racer, the action takes place in seven different locations across the world, in the year 2030. Two of the racing locations have been revealed already, the bustling metropolis Tokyo and the luxurious city of Dubai. Tokyo offers racers six unique tracks and Dubai offers an additional four, all of which can be raced in reversed direction as well.

Today, another city was unmasked, taking a major leap westward to the East Coast of the USA. Here, racers can drift around in the city of Boston, Massachusetts, also known as the “City of Champions”. In Boston, players can race on three completely different tracks, in both directions.

Take pole position
In Xenon Racer, players can race against the AI in Fast Race and Elimination Mode, and unlock new cars, parts and maps in the singleplayer championship. To practice their racing skills and to break personal records, players can hit the tracks by themselves in Time Attack, Checkpoint Attack and Free Mode. There’s also a local split screen mode and an online multiplayer to challenge others to a race.
Visit the Xenon Racer website: http://www.xenonracer.com
Go to the Steam page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/899390/Xenon_Racer/

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