Redout launch dates and announcement trailer has been revealed by publisher 505 Games. The game, developed by 34BigThings, is currently set to release across PS4 and Xbox One. The game will launch over in North America on August 29th and in Europe on August 31st.
The PS4 version of Redout sees a unique livery of blue and black, while the Xbox One version comes in green and black. This can be seen in the screenshots below.
The official retail announcement trailer can be seen below showing some of the usable vehicles and tracks that will be featured in Redout.
If you are new and want to know a little bit about the game’s premise and setup a new description found over on the above video’s YouTube “read more” section is up for you to look over.
“Redout: Lightspeed Edition will in fact include the brand new “split screen” mode – which will push you and your friends into head-to-head, elbow-to-elbow fierce challenges – plus the “Europa” DLC and the newly added “Neptune” DLC. Thanks to this valuable addition, the game will offer a total set of 30 unique tracks, along with 6 different environments, staged on a dystopic Earth.”
In addition to the game’s features, Redout holds multiplayer challenges that can hold up to six players from around the globe, or a friend in the split-screen mode, to find who is this best. This mode is also followed by the career mode that holds more than 100 different racing events that reflect layered levels and challenges.
Ships can be upgraded to improve a specific racing style, which can be tested through the 11 type of events such as: Race, Pure Race, Time Attack, Pure Time Attack, Speed, Instagib, Survival, Score Based Endurance, Last Man Standing and Arena Race.
Lastly, the game will feature 30 different tracks scattered around six location on a dilapidated Earth. The stages in the game will sport power-ups, which supposedly add a competitive edge to the mix.
Redout is set to launch in North America on August 29th and in Europe on August 31st. The game is slated to release across PS4 and Xbox One.
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