- Launched in 1999 with “Star Wars: Episode I – the phantom menace”, “Star Wars: Episode I racer” will be renewed for current consoles such as the PS4 and switch
- The game focuses on the podracing sequence from the movie with new motion controls and new features
- In “Star Wars Episode I: racer” comes on the heels of “Star wars: squadron” the launch and gameplay trailers from last week
Start podracers and get ready to go back to Tatooine because “Star Wars Episode I: Racer”, where he received treatment in HD.
Twenty-one years after it first came out on PC and Nintendo 64, “Star Wars Episode I: racer” is back, this time on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo switch. New publisher Aspyr media has released a trailer showing the appearance of the game on current-gen consoles, as well as some new features such as new elements of motion, in particular, for joy-cons of the switch.
With the participation of all racers and racetrack memorabilia from “Star wars: Episode I – the phantom menace,” the game adds a few new courses, some on Tatooine, others on different planets, notes With GameSpot. Several single-player modes, including tournament mode, available for the game. It also has multiplayer, the format of which is platform-dependent.
In the 1999 film, the races on Tatooine are noted for their spectacle as they have always attracted huge audiences. Sebulba was a former slave won his freedom and podracing Anakin Skywalker was planning to follow his example to win freedom for himself and his mother, SHMI. The scene also showed early examples of Anakin’s mechanical ability, an indicator of its sensitivity to the use of force.
Originally scheduled for may 12 release, “Star Wars Episode I: Racer”, where it first was moved on 26 may, and then postponed indefinitely. After the Second delay, the whole received a positive assessment explained that this is due to complications that come with the Studio started to work from home because of the coronavirus, With GameSpot reported.
“Star Wars Episode I: racer” launched together with the “Star Wars: Episode I – the phantom menace” as linked to in the above race. In 2011 the game was held in the Guinness Book of records as the best-selling sci-Fi racing game having worldwide sales of 3.12 million beating other series like “Wipeout and F-zero.”
Then there were two titles in podracing, released after his: the arcade game “Star wars: racer” was released in 2000 and is the sequel to “Star wars racer revenge,” was released in 2002 for the PlayStation 2. The gameplay is going to be better this time, however, especially given the wireless functionality of the current controller PS4 and joy-Con on the switch.
This release comes on the heels of the launch trailer for aerial combat multiplayer game “Star wars: squadron” will be released later this year for PS4, Xbox 360 and PS5.