KartRider: Drift, the latest iteration of the highly successful kart racing game, KartRider, was revealed at X019. Building upon its celebrated 15-year history, KartRider: Drift delivers all the action of its predecessor with even more drift challenges and deeper customisation.

Racers can sign up for the Closed Beta to test out the game’s cross-platform capabilities via Xbox One, including Xbox One X, Steam and Nexon Launcher.

First released in 2004, KartRider, has amassed 300 million players in Asia and evolved into an esports phenomenon in Korea. Making its introduction on Xbox One, including Xbox One X, KartRider: Drift is a cross-platform free-to-play game that delivers intuitive gameplay for all skill levels. Offering wide customisation features across karts and character design, KartRider: Drift encourages racers to express their unique personality as they cross the line.

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The modes that you can drift into

KartRider: Drift offers three distinct modes including Time Attack an easy-to-learn Item Mode, and a competitive Speed Mode, which offers hard-to-master drifting techniques for players looking for a greater challenge. Featuring stunning Unreal Engine 4 graphics, the game is optimized from the ground up to deliver a stellar online experience, with a breadth of content lined up, including constantly evolving seasonal updates. Be sure and follow @KartRiderDrift on Twitter.

Players interested in joining the exclusive Closed Beta, beginning on December 5th PST/ December 6th GMT, can sign-up at playkartrider.com.

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