The new version of Inertial Drift for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S will include a new soundtrack and four new cars.
POV: you’re going for a night drive in your old, beat-up Honda, the sun is setting along the horizon and you pop in a cassette with your favourite ’90s music.
Some vibey Eurobeats, to be exact.
Life is good, especially when you hit that corner by the gas station down the street, and drift ever-so-smoothly into retro bliss.
Sounds pretty groovy, right? Thanks to Inertial Drift: Twilight Rivals Edition’s epic new soundtrack – mixed by producer Turbo, this dream can totally become your daily reality.
Along with some sublime tunes, the arcade racing game will add four fresh fictional vehicles when this new version launches for your cruising pleasure, too.
As always, each new whip will feature exclusive characteristics, unlike anything you’ve seen in the real world. Of course, the distinctive twin-stick controls will challenge any seasoned vet yet allow for intuitive handling that truly highlights what makes this game a unique experience.
- King Bison – This car looks like an NFL running back: a bit on thicker side, with a strong hood (almost Camaro-esque), fancy spoiler and piercing flashers
- Terra Rai – Picture the rear of a Honda S660; that’s exactly what the Terra Rai reminds us of with a bubbly exterior and almost futuristic look while speeding away
- Urus – The Urus gives off an exoskeleton-like aesthetic with a light surface and darker outlines around each individual feature of the body
- XX-82 – Does anyone remember the cartoon Darkwing Duck? This car has that same feel of a disguised superhero with a bit of a devious side and a fascinating spoiler
The line-up of cars, updated content and freshly squeezed soundtrack from Turbo will be accessible to pre-existing PC (via Steam or Epic), Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch users as a new DLC, coming later this year.
Intertial Drift: Twilight Rivals Edition is set to release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, as well, and gives users an opportunity to pick between 4K resolution or a 120 FPS frame rate plus the new content is included.
There’s a bit of catch, however; we’re not exactly sure of the release date at this time. A quick peek on Steam shows the following announcement, though:
“Hey everyone, We are very happy to premiere our brand new animated opening for the Twilight Rivals DLC Pack, coming later this year.”
Don’t worry – we’ll be sure to update you when we know more. Until then, happy drifting!