Here’s a game that fans of the racing genre might be interested in. Xenon Racer is set in the future where you take control of cars powered by electricity and a new form of fuel called Xenon gas. The game will not be a realistic entry in the genre, instead, it is going for a more arcady feel and features extreme speeds. It’s being developed by 3DClouds, a graphic studio creating multimedia productions in Computer Graphics that has specialized in creating video games thanks to a team of veterans of the sector.
The year is 2030. The first flying vehicles have been invented and the World Federation Racing Championship is preparing for a new era of racing with hybrid cars. In order to give teams time to prepare for this change the Federation had to issue a season pause. In order to bridge the gap, the four largest hybrid electric car manufacturers put their efforts together to organize a once in a lifetime rookie championship that aims to test the prototype cars, which run on a combination of electricity and Xenon gas.
However, this championship is not approved by the World Federation which means that the usual international race tracks cannot be used. As a result, the gravity-defying racing action will instead take place on the streets of large cities in famous countries from around the world. These include China, the USA, France and others. Each location offers multiple racing opportunities, with different tracks that can be raced in both directions.
The game will feature a singleplayer, an online multiplayer so you can test your skills against opponents from around the world, and a split-screen mode so you can enjoy the thrill of racing against your friends. You’ll also be able to customize your vehicle, choosing from a wide array of colors, shapes and accessories to make you stand out on the race track
Xenon Racer is building up to be a nice entry in the racing game genre. It looks great visually and you can race at ludicrous speeds against opponents, which is always fun. The game is speeding towards worldwide release on March 26. It will release both digitally and physically for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro, and the Xbox One family of devices. If you are interested, you can check out the Steam store page here.