Bigben Interactive released a new trailer for the upcoming V-Rally 4 for PS4, Xbox One and PC, which is due out this September. The game will also receive a release on the Nintendo Switch, but the company has yet to reveal Switch gameplay or a Switch release date.
The latest trailer, however, covers V-Rally 4’s Hillclimb mode and the Rally mode. You get to see how both disciplines are depicted in the upcoming racing title, and how they make up just two of the five disciplines that will be available in the game.
You can check out the trailer below.
The trailer features a voiceover with clips from the different Rally and Hillclimb tracks. We see a couple of different rally cars making the climb, barely dodging some jagged rocks, and leaving a trail of dust in their wake while they speed toward the next checkpoint.
The trailer is put together quite nicely, but unfortunately it all looks like in-engine cinematics.
We don’t get to see any cockpit racing or any actual in-game play, which is kind of scary given that the game is less than two months out from release.
The full version will feature V-Rally Cross, Extreme-Khana, and Buggy races, in addition to the Hillclimb and Rally races that were on display in the trailer above.
Surprisingly there are a lot of Nintendonites in the comment section asking for the Switch version to get proper port love. Others are just hoping and praying for proper wheel support, while the rest want good physics and car handling.
It’s impossible to tell what the gameplay will be like from the trailer above but Team VVV did release a video on July 25th of actual in-game footage captured off-screen from E3 that you can check out below.
Obviously, it’s tough to exactly how well the game will play given that we’re seeing a special three-screen setup with a racing wheel, but I can most certainly say that the guy driving is driving like freaking bat out of the very depths of Satan’s dripping wet rectum.
Anyway, you can look for V-Rally 4 to launch this September for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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