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Retro-inspired polygonal racer Racing Apex coming to Switch

Kevin Dooley On January 30, 2017

It's been recently announced that Racing Apex, the upcoming polygonal racer from indie studio Lucky Mountain Games, will be heading to the Nintendo Switch and will join the already announced PC and Wii U versions.



The retro inspired racer was greenlit on Steam last April and is probably best described as a 90's arcade throwback with added combat elements. 30 cars are said to be included in the full title and players will race and battle it out on 16 different circuits.

Racing Apex features a car customisation feature which enables you to upgrade certain components along with some full conversion modifications.

A demo for the title has been in the works for a long time now, however the development team has recently taken on more people which now enables them to work on the demo full time, so we can expect some news on its status soon no doubt.

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