Table Top Racing: World Cup Launches On Steam

After making the rounds on the Xbox One and PS4, Playrise Digital’s Table Top Racing: World Cup has found its way onto Steam for PC.

The miniature racing game features gorgeous little cars racing across various tabletops (just like its namesake) as players will pick power-ups, defeat opponents by drifting hard toward the finish line, and competing in online matches against friends and foes alike.

The game sports 12 different cars that can be modified and tuned to fit your play-style, along with eight different power-up weapons that can be dispensed against opponents. There are also 90 events sprawled across 20 different racks featuring five themes, with six different game modes to choose from.

All of the hardcore racing action can be done with up to eight players in PvP-style races. There’s a eight minute preview video that’s put together by Team VVV that gives you a look at the game in action, running at 60 glorious frames per second.

Graphically it’s a beautiful title with a strong focus on bright colors and smooth gameplay. If you were a little bummed about Platinum Games selling out and forfeiting local multiplayer and 60fps gameplay in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, at least you can take solace in knowing that the indie crowd still respects 60fps buffer and fun-filled gameplay.

The reviews for Table Top Racing are mostly positive, with a lot of gamers enjoying the gameplay performance, the graphics and the variety of cars and tracks at the player’s disposal.

Table Top Racing

There’s full controller support for those of you averse to using a keyboard and mouse for racing games, and there’s achievements and Steam cloud support for cross-platform saved games.

You can grab Table Top Racing: World Cup from over on the Steam store for only $19.99. For the first week of being made available on Valve’s digital marketplace, you can get it discounted by 15% off for only $16.99. For more info on the game feel free to visit the official website.


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