Horizon Chase Turbo for Switch launches November 28

Retro racer dated for Switch.

Horizon Chase Turbo

The Switch version of Horizon Chase Turbo will launch via the Nintendo eShop on November 28, developer Aquiris Game Studio announced.

The retro racing game first launched for PlayStation 4 and PC in May. An Xbox One version is also planned for release in 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via Aquiris Game Studio:

About

Horizon Chase Turbo is standalone homage to classic 16-bit racing games that defined a generation of high-speed, frenetic arcade fun. The simple and tight controls paired with precision gameplay and detailed depth combine for a nostalgic experience for racing, arcade, retro, and multiplayer fans young and old. Horizon Chase Turbo’s head-to-head split screen multiplayer and catchy contemporary chiptune-style music add to the game’s painterly aesthetic and competitive action.

Thrilling arcade racing game, inspired by the super-fun-straight-to-the-point classic racing games from the 90s.

Key Features

  • High definition graphics.
  • Thrilling arcade racing game, inspired by Outrun, Top Gear, Lotus Turbo Challenge, and others.
  • Amazing old-style split-screen multiplayer up to four players.
  • Music by Barry Leitch, sound designer in 90s racing classics such as Top Gear and Lotus Turbo Challenge, among others.
  • 12 Cups, 48 Cities, 109 tracks, 32 unlockable Cars, and 12 upgrades.
  • Four game modes: World Tour, Playground, Tournament, and Endurance.
  • Challenge your friends in the Ghost Mode and in the Leaderboards.

Watch the Switch release date trailer below.

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