Arcade racing game Inertial Drift announced for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Due out in spring 2020.

Inertial Drift

Publisher PQube and developer Level 91 Entertainment have announced Inertial Drift, an arcade racing game with a unique handling model and twin-stick controls due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in spring 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

About

Set in a 90s retro future, Inertial Drift is an arcade racer with a devastatingly unique handling model and unbelievably satisfying twin-stick drift mechanics. Inertial Drift offers a whole new level of accessibility and challenge to the arcade racing genre—for a driving experience genuinely unlike anything you’ve played before.

Key Features

  • Twin-Stick Arcade RacingInertial Drift tears up the racing rule book with innovative twin-stick controls, completely re-imagined driving mechanics and a roster of fiercely individual cars.
  • Unique Twin-Stick Controls – The right hand stick gives you total control over your drift. Intuitive for new players and uniquely challenging for pros.
  • 16 Fiercely Individual Cars – Each vehicle is a totally different beast with unique characteristics to master.
  • 20 Demanding Tracks – Tear through neon city streets, race around rural temple complexes and hurtle down winding mountain passes.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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