Plenty of racing games over the years have dabbled in the art of getting sideways, however, how many dedicated drifting games can you think of?
Enter Drift 19. Labelled as “the world’s first realistic drift driver simulator“, Drift 19 is inspired by the history of drifting and includes a number of iconic drifting vehicles which you can purchase, fix, tune, and change different parts in order to test your sideways skills in the world championships which includes the iconic Ebisu track.
Developer ECC games are putting “as much emphasis on the tuning options as it does on the driving model” promising that even the smallest changes in the car’s setup will have an impact on performance.
The development team are really aiming to appeal the simulation market and have stated that Drift 19 will support “all the most popular steering wheels“.
Not much on the upcoming drifting simulator has been revealed at this time, however, we do know that Drift 19 will feature online multiplayer support to compliment its single player modes.
Drift 19 will be available on Steam on Q1/Q2 of 2019 with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions also in development. We’ll bring you more on Drift 19 as soon as we can.