The futuristic racer Antigraviator is now finally available on the PlayStation Store some 18 months after the PC version launch.
The racer is set in the year 2210 where new terraforming capabilities paired with scientific breakthroughs in the field of antigravity have given birth to the Antigraviator Intergalactic Tournament.
The game allows you to sabotage your fellow racers by activating hover mines, creating a rockslide to cause tunnels to collapse, firing missiles from rocket launchers along the track, amongst other delightfully devilish tricks.
Racing crafts can be customised to your liking with support for upgrades as well as unlockable skins. Antigraviator also features competitive multiplayer including online and split-screen modes.
Developer Cybernetic Walrus came up against some problems when porting the PC racer to the PlayStation 4. Initially, the title only ran at 20 fps, however, after a lot of dedication and hard work the developer managed to get the fast-paced racer running at a smooth 60 fps.
According to the Publisher Iceberg Interactive, the Xbox One version of Antigraviator is “coming soon”.