FIRST VIDEO TEASER RELEASE AND PLAYSTATION VR HEADSET COMPATIBILTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MOTO RACER 4 (Video)
Microïds reveals more of “Moto Racer 4” in a first teaser video and announces compatibility with Playstation VR, Sony’s virtual reality headset. The great return of this cult arcade motorbike racing series is set for October 13, 2016, on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac.
Watch the Moto Racer 4 teaser:
Developed by Microids and Artefacts Studio under the supervision of original creator Paul Cuisset, “Moto Racer 4” uses the latest in videogame engines, the Unreal Engine 4. “Moto Racer 4” revives the winning formula that made the original trilogy so successful. Accessible and entertaining but definitely not always fair-play with the possibility to shove the opponents, the two-wheel racing game alternates between high-speed and motocross courses. Players possessing a Playstation VR headset (available in October 2016) can immerse themselves in the game using the special VR features and experience videogame racing like never before.
To recap, these are the main features revealed about Moto Racer 4 so far:
· Alternating high -speed / motocross courses
· Traffic on the road
· Split-screen multi-player mode
· Online multi-player mode (2-10 players)
· 60 images per second
· Vehicle and rider customization
· Possibility of colliding with opponents
· Each player has a different personality and behaves differently
· 15 single and multi-player game modes
THE MOTO RACER SERIES
With more than 7 million copies sold and acclaim from critics and fans alike, the original Moto Racer trilogy has left an indelible mark on the history of videogames. Developed by Delphine Software, a leading studio in the 90s and early 00s, for many the series remains synonymous with great entertainment and fierce multi-player competition.
While awaiting your chance to step up to the starting line, you can watch the first teaser video and see new images from the game, scheduled for release on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac on October 13, 2016, in French, English, German, Spanish and Italian.