DRIFTCE is brand new drift racing simulator that is set to make its way to PlayStation and Xbox consoles this spring.
Developed by ECC Games S.A., who developed and released DRIFT21 on PC, and published by 505 Games, the new title looks to build upon the existing sideways driving title.
In the original release, it was one part mechanic simulator – swapping out parts within a garage setting – and one part power-sliding, testing your developments on the laser-scanned Japanese EBISU complex.
DRIFTCE will include all of the content included within DRIFT21, which means 12 licenced drift cars – including the Toyota AE86, Mazda MX5 and BMW E46 M3 – 1,800 vehicle parts for both performance and cosmetic upgrades plus a single-player career and online multiplayer.
There will, however, but new content in the form of Mount Haruna, a respected real-world touge route.
It’s not yet known which specific PlayStation and Xbox consoles the game is headed to; old, current or both generations.
We enjoyed playing DRIFT21 close to two years ago, stating that it could grow into something unique.
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