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Xenon Racer speeds towards worldwide release on March 26

Fresh trailer reveals four new cities where players can drift around the twisty tracks

SOEDESCO has announced that the futuristic arcade racer Xenon Racer will boost into stores worldwide on the 26th of March.

Xenon Racer releases both digitally and physically for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®4 and PS4 Pro, and the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X. Additionally, a digital Steam® version will release.
A brand new trailer exhibits all the seven different racing locations in the game, including four new tracks in North-America, France and China. Each location offers multiple racing opportunities, with different tracks that can be raced in both directions.

The future of racing

In the year 2030, the first flying cars have been invented and the World Federation Racing Championship is preparing for a new era of racing with hybrid cars. To give teams time to adjust to this fundamental transition, the Federation issues a season’s pause. Four of the world’s leading hybrid electric car manufacturers get together and decide to bridge this gap by organizing “Xenon”, a once in a lifetime championship for rookie drivers to help test the new technology with car prototypes running on a combination of electricity and Xenon gas.

The Federation does not approve of this rogue championship and their missing endorsement means that the usual international race tracks cannot be used. Therefore, the gravity defying racing action takes place in the bustling streets of cities worldwide, such as Shanghai in China and Miami in the USA. There are also races at more serene places; the Cote d’Azur in France and Lake Louise in Canada. All of these locations are displayed in the new trailer.

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