Sega officially unveiled Team Sonic Racing today, along with a proper teaser trailer and some details about the game. It’s been developed by Sumo Digital, and lets players team up to take on rival squads together.
One of the more interesting features in this Sonic racing outing is the team mode, which allows players to use “team moves,” including a team ultimate, to take down opponents on the track. You’ll have several modes to pick from, including Grand Prix, Exhibition, Time Trial, and something called Team Adventure, where players can learn the basics of the game on their own or as a team.
If you’re like Sonic and like going fast, check out our list of the best PC racing games of 2018.
Sega says Team Sonic Racing also features online multiplayer and local co-op, with up to 12 players per race and four-player split screen.
The reveal trailer doesn’t offer a lot of info on its own, but we get a decent look at a pair of cars driven by good old Sonic and longtime rival Shadow. Fifteen total playable characters from the Sonic universe will appear in the game, and players will be able to customize the look and performance of their rides.
Here’s the reveal trailer, in all its brief glory. It’s much nicer than the teaser Sega showed at SXSW in March.
Developer Sumo Digital has worked on several Forza titles in the past, and they were behind 2010’s Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, which brought in a hilariously diverse cast of characters from across Sega’s catalogue – including Willemus from Total War: Rome II. This time, however, they’ve limited the roster to the official Sonic-verse.
Sega says we can expect Team Sonic Racing this winter. The announcement comes after the game was inadvertently leaked on Walmart’s website early this morning.
The texts, information and opinions published in the space are the sole responsibility of the author. Therefore, they do not necessarily correspond to the E-Sports Plus’ point of view.
Os textos, informações e opiniões publicados neste espaço são de total responsabilidade do(a) autor(a). Logo, não correspondem, necessariamente, ao ponto de vista do E-Sports Plus.