FAST Racing Neo developer Shin'en Multimedia recently unveiled a new trailer for their futuristic F-Zeroesque racer at the PAX Prime gaming convention.
The new trailer (seen below) showcases the awesome environments found within the game including a very cool looking space environment which is rarely seen in racing titles. Also at the very start of the trailer we once again get a very brief glimpse of some wet weather effects, something which we first saw along with snow back in June. Check out the new trailer below.
Shin'en have also recently confirmed that FAST Racing Neo will have support for online and offline competitive multiplayer races. Offline mutiplayer races can support up to four players in split screen whilst as many as eight can get in on the action when online. Shin'en are already stating that they'd love to stick to Nintendo hardware in the future although this is dependent on the success of FAST Racing Neo. They even revealed that they could talk about their very next game as soon as next year.
FAST Racing Neo is the successor to 2011's FAST Racing League, the futuristic racer was first announced back in 2013 and was originally scheduled for a 2014 release. The racer will release on the Wii U eShop in quarter 4 of this year, and features 16 tracks, 60 cars and will run at 60 frames per second at 720p resolution.
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