Absolute Drift is receiving a premium physical Switch release

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Absolute Drift is receiving a premium physical Switch release

Funselektor’s opus to driving sideways – Absolute Drift Zen Edition – is about to receive a brand new physical release for the Nintendo Switch, and pre-orders are live now.

Originally released in 2015 for PC, Linux and Mac, versions for PlayStation, Xbox, Android and iOS have followed, with Switch releasing in 2020.

Absolute Drift Premium Physical Edition. Serenity Forge

Previously, a run of 4,000 physical PS4 copies was created by Limited Run Games in 2017, but this latest Switch release is by Serenity Forge.

Not only is the game on a cartridge, but it includes a fresh cover art design, an illustrated inner coversheet, a set of five stickers, a 3D lenticular art card and a poster.

All the artwork blends into the Absolute Drift theme, with its distinctive Japanese-inspired aesthetic delivering the ultimate fan edition.

Absolute Drift, Nintendo Switch

In our review of the portable release, from the creators of the later art of rally, we said:

“The challenge-based gameplay is perfect for pick-up-and-play fun. Funselektor has managed to take hardcore driving sim gameplay physics and dress them up as a casual-friendly time killer, and any casual game that champions complex driving physics should be celebrated.”

The Premium Physical Edition is available to pre-order now for $34.99 and is expected to ship in the summer of this year.

Absolute Drift Premium Physical Edition information

  • Physical copy of the game on Nintendo Switch
  • Illustrated inner coversheet
  • Vinyl sticker sheet – set of 5 unique stickers
  • 3D lenticular art card
  • Folded poster with unique game illustration
  • $34.99
  • Orders outside the U.S. may be subjected to VAT & Import charges
  • Pre-orders live now
  • Shipment sure in summer 2022
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