22 Racing Series, the real-time physics-based racing playground set in the 22nd century, starts its engine on Steam Early Access beginning November 22nd. The AAA veterans (outsource animation director for LA Noire, Darkness 2, Darksiders 2; outsource art lead for Zelda: Twilight Princess HD) at developer GOATi Entertainment will bring 22 Racing Series to pole position on PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, Oculus, and HTC Vive in 2023 and beyond, simultaneously alongside PC’s 1.0 update.
What is 22 Racing Series?
The world’s first future physics racer (FPR) takes place on an Earth 100 years from today, where climate change has ravaged the environment. Resource-intensive racing series have moved online, limiting their ecological impact and enabling a global sport to be accessible to all.
Players can experience terrains throughout environments most affected by climate change including Florida, Bangladesh, Solomon Islands, and Antarctica. Speed through clocked Time Trials, diverse Circuit Racing, difficult Elimination Rounds, scored Point-to-Point Racing, and a capture the flag-inspired Sector Capture.
Gain a competitive edge by allowing creativity to run free. Fill a virtually unlimited inventory with custom-built vehicles featuring personalized engine torque, tire grip choices, and more in a next-generation adaptive keyframe setup that adjusts vehicles based on speed and action to achieve the ultimate grip and downforce.
Vehicles, tracks, race rules, and tournaments will be available for modders to bring their own racing visions to life, publish them to share with a community, and monetise them via the Pavillion Hub. Construct a brand new circuit using the fast and flexible track builder to create detailed, simple, lengthy, or quick custom tracks tailored to each racer’s style.
Honestly 22 Racing Series from the brief trailer gives me the same vibes Wipeout did when I first played that on the PlayStation so many years ago. It looks like an absolutely trippy blast. The designs are slick and flowing with colour. I love it.