Rollcage successor Grip flips out of early entry autumn

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I’ve by no means been a lot for real-world racing video games. They all simply really feel so mundane in comparison with the options that videogames current, like thundering alongside at a thousand miles per hour in F-Zero, thumping over an inconceivable rollercoaster observe in Wipeout or bouncing wildly off the partitions in underrated PSX future-racer Rollcage. Grip has been in early entry for ages now, and is functionally an identical to Rollcage, however with a shiny fashionable coat of paint. It’s already strong enjoyable, and the ultimate lower is now due this autumn to be revealed by new outfit Wired Productions.

Grip’s massive gimmick (identical as Rollcage earlier than it) is its chunky, blocky automobiles. With large wheels on all 4 corners and a symmetrical physique, they’ll flip and tumble with out dropping a beat, that means that many tracks are designed with areas which are technically upside-down, however given the symmetrical nature of the car, you solely have to fret about holding down the accelerator. Like the Wipeout sequence, the winding tracks are suffering from weaponry and powerups, so you may simply muscle by the competitors with the correct gear.

Grip helps full split-screen play, on prime of the same old crop of on-line multiplayer modes that you simply’d count on. The present early entry model of the sport incorporates about three quarters of the ultimate sport’s content material, together with 10 out of 12 tracks, plus many of the awkwardly named however fairly new amusing Carkour mode. This turns the sport from a race towards time to a solo platforming problem throughout a sequence of specifically made maps. If you’ve any nostalgia for Rollcage again within the day, I’d suggest Grip as-is, however the full model isn’t too far off now.

Grip is out now through Steam early entry and Humble for £16/$20, with plans to extend the worth by launch.


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