Want to play a fast-paced sci-fi racing game strictly for PC? Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Cybernetic Walrus have released Antigraviator launch trailer as well as a playable demo. Antigraviator will launch solely on PC via Steam on June 6th.
The very act of racing perpetually on “exquisitely detailed stages” at light-speed will go down next week on June 6th. To celebrate Antigraviator upcoming release on Early Access, the official launch trailer showing different Gravs (or racer pods) in action is up for your viewing pleasure:
“Antigraviator is a sleek new take on the anti-gravity racing genre. Use traps, power-ups and boosts to overtake your opponents and dominate the track in single player or multiplayer mode. With no speed limit holding you back, Antigraviator delivers the fastest racing experience of the future.”
Interest piqued? Well, you just need to wait one week before being able to snag a copy of Antigraviator. In the meantime, we do know that three gameplay modes across four different worlds with three tracks each will be in the game.
Speaking of three tracks, the official demo by the dev team has gone up featuring the following maps: Scorching TestingGrounds, Drifters Paradise, and Serpentine Valley.
If you’re curious as to what else is in this newly released demo, you can check out a bulleted list that the devs released:
- A playable tutorial
- The Thunderbolt class grav
- Up to 4-player split-screen
- Single Race Mode
Antigraviator Free Demo Download
You can download the demo right here, which it should be noted that the demo is free and is currently up on indiedb.com.
More information on this game can be found by either testing the free demo yourself or by heading on over to cyberneticwalrus.com. A third option is just to wait for Antigraviator to release through Steam Early Access.
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