Iceberg Interactive and developer Cybernetic Walrus have announced that their super fast racer Antigraviator will release for PC on 6 June. The devs have released a hyper new gameplay trailer to celebrate the game hitting PC.
“We’re extremely proud of Antigraviator and how the development has gone. We had the opportunity to showcase the game at several events such as GDC and PAX East, and the audience response was very positive” says Mike Coeck, CEO of Cybernetic Walrus. “We know that PC gamers have been looking forward to playing our game and its greatest asset: no speed limit. In addition, we’re working hard on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game and thank console gamers for their patience.”
Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Cybernetic Walrus announce that their multi-award winning anti-gravity racing game Antigraviator will release for PC on June 6 through Steam and major digital retailers, with the PlayStation® 4 and Xbox® One release following later in the year. Antigraviator is a sleek new take on the anti-gravity racing genre. Use traps, power-ups and boosts to overtake your opponents and dominate the track in single player or multiplayer mode. In a unique twist, the player has unlimited speed at their disposal, the only limit being their skill and ability to avoid walls and obstacles.
Antigraviator is a new racing game that draws on the pedigree of classic retro games like F-Zero. The gameplay is all about racing super-fast future cars across brightly colored and alien tracks littered with all kinds of obstacles and challenges. The trailer showcases some of this lightspeed action in a particularly dark style that I quite like. And just because they could, developers Cybernetic Walrus included a bevy of traps, weapons and items for racers to use against their opponents. So if you’re looking for a mixture between Mario Kart and F-Zero, Antigraviator could be the game of your dreams.
Antigraviator releases on June 6 for Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.