Available in stores now!
Publisher 505 Games and developer 34BigThings have announced that the critically and public acclaimed, futuristic PC racing simulation Redout has come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Redout: Lightspeed Edition hits retails stores in North America today, and will arrive in Europe on August 31. Console players can finally test their reflexes against the fastest AG racing game ever made, challenging a furious and unforgiving AI on 35 racetracks scattered across six locations, competing against up to five players from around the globe, or go head-to-head with a friend in the new split screen mode.
Redout: Lightspeed Edition offers pilots a competitive career mode, where they can carve out a path to glory with more than 100 different racing events. The challenge includes 11 event types ranging from Time Attacks to Races, Endurances, Arena Races and even Speed and Survival. Pilots will progress through four increasingly faster racing classes, picking of seven racing teams, each with its own unique design, driving style, strengths and weaknesses. Ships can be upgraded by investing in the Engine, Magnets, Structure or Energy to gain a competitive edge, and by installing upgradable power-ups like additional Turbo, Advanced Grip System, Slipstream Enhancer, and many more.
Redout is the visually stylish, brutally fast AG racing game that conquered PC gamers in 2017. The physics-based driving model makes the driving experience fast, furious and uncompromising, much like the venerated racing titles it takes inspiration from. The shiny shading and lighting effects provided by the Unreal Engine 4, applied to a sharp low-polygon style create a beautiful and instantly recognizable aesthetic. Set in 2560, the racing league of the future takes place on a semi-deserted, post-apocalyptic Earth, and in and around the colonized planets and moons of the Solar System, such as Neptune and Europa.