Xenon Racer ‘Grand Alps’ update now available

Three new tracks and a car added.

Xenon Racer

Publisher Soedesco and developer 3DClouds have released a free content update for Xenon Racer adding the new “Grand Alps” location with three new racing tracks and a car.

Here are the details, via Soedesco:

Free Content Update

A completely free content update has been added to Xenon Racer, which includes a frosty new location and a new racing team. This update is the first in a series of three free content updates. In June, there will be several new customization options added, such as additional rims and liveries, and in July there will be another new location with several tracks and a car model added into the game. Additionally, the Nintendo Switch version has been updated to include a performance and quality mode alongside other improvements to the stability of the game.

Steam Extras and PC Demo

Fans of Valve’s award winning IPs Left 4 Dead, Portal, and Half-Life will be able to race round the Xenon tracks in cars sporting a dedicated livery. A demo of the game is available for free on Steam and there’s a variety of contests running in both the demo and the full game on Steam to win a Soedesco game bundle.

Drifting Through the Snow

From now on, players can drift and boost through the Italian Alps in the imposing new “Grand Alps” location. Here, it’s possible to race on three different new tracks in both directions, with spectacular views of snowy mountain tops, ski-lifts and lush pine forests. An additional racing team is added to Xenon Racer as well, racing with the brand new Winterwing car in both normal and performance mode.

Xenon Racer is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

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