Beach Buggy Racing Coming To Nintendo Switch This Week

Vector Unit has announced that Beach Buggy Racing is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 14, 2017 via the Nintendo eShop.

Retuned and remastered for Nintendo Switch, Beach Buggy Racing runs at a silky smooth 60fps and supports both single player and local split screen multiplayer.

Drive into an action-packed, surprise-filled world of off-road kart racing mayhem!  Race against a field of rival drivers, each with unique personalities and special abilities.  Build a collection of crazy Powerups, like Dodgeball Frenzy, Fireball, and Oil Slick.  Unlock and upgrade a variety of cars, from dune buggies to monster trucks.  Test your skills in 6 different game modes on 15 imaginative 3D race tracks, against a pack of tropical-loving rivals with a serious case of road rage!

Features

  • Exciting kart-racing action
    Utilize your driving skills and a collection of creative Powerups to fight your way to the finish line.  It’s not just a great looking racing game, it’s an epic battle with spectacular physics-based gameplay!
  • Over 25 amazing powerups
    Beach Buggy Racing crushes other kart racers with over 25 totally unique Powerups, from ricocheting rubber dodge balls to screaming Death Bats, oil slicks, and spring traps.
  • Split screen mutliplayer
    Race shoulder-to-shoulder with up to 4 friends on Nintendo Switch!
  • Racers with unique abilities
    Recruit a team of drivers to play with, each with a unique special power like teleportation, flaming fire tracks, and confusion spells.
  • Customizable cars
    Use your winnings to upgrade and paint a garage full of unique cars, from monster trucks to muscle cars to lunar rovers!
  • 15 spectacular race tracks
    Explore dinosaur-infested jungles, lava-spewing volcanoes, beautiful beaches, and mysterious alien planets.  Each unique race track is packed with hidden shortcuts and surprises.

Check out the Beach Buggy Racing – Official Trailer:

 

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