Shin'en Multimedia has released the NEO Future Pack DLC for their rapid futuristic racer FAST Racing NEO and it's a big one.
Indeed the new DLC pack comes with no less than eight, yes eight tracks. That's not all through as you'll also have access to 18 additional music tracks,10 brand-new vehicle profiles and two new cups, check out the trailer below.
Tracks vary in location as with the base game with environments which will see you racing in anything from icy tundra to the vacuum of space. The NEO Future Pack DLC can be yours for £4.20.
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