We conclude the class 1 races in the second part of our career play through of the futuristic racer Redout on the PC.
Now that we've spent more time with the game we find our race craft has improved to the point where we are experiencing much less contact with the walls and are able to get into a decent flow.
Redout has an interesting mix of Wipeout and F-Zero elements here and there but manages to separate itself from those juggernauts with its unique art direction and control system.
You can watch part 2 of our Redout career mode play through in the video below.
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