Formula Retro Racing: World Tour gets Special Edition boxed release, includes more content

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Formula Retro Racing: World Tour Special Edition is expected to gain a physical release in October this year, featuring at least six more tracks than the original.
Formula Retro Racing: World Tour Special Edition, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch

RePixel 8’s fun throwback to the glory days of arcade racing games Formula Retro Racing: World Tour is heading for a physical boxed European and American release this October, and it’s coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. 

Better yet, the game will arrive in ‘Special Edition’ flavour, adding six tasty new tracks, a plethora of reversed courses as well as other unique gameplay features. Boxed versions will also ship with two free stickers based on the game’s bold art style. 

Published by Numskull Games, Formula Retro Racing: World Tour Special Edition is set to continue where the digital edition left off, providing simplistic, high-speed gameplay with a Virtua Racing-style aesthetic. 

We are big fans of Formula Retro Racing: World Tour at Traxion.GG. In our review, we stated it to be “unabashed in its simplicity… [harking] back to yesteryear, but with some contemporary features.” We were especially impressed by its PC-only VR mode. 

Formula Retro Racing: World Tour Special Edition, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch

Formula Retro Racing World Tour Special Edition will be released for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in October 2023, priced at £34.99 / €39.99 /$39.95. Pre-orders will be opening up soon, so interested gamers should check out Numskull Games’ website for more details.

Will you be picking up a boxed version of Formula Retro Racing World Tour Special Edition? Let us know in the comments below. 

Formula Retro Racing: World Tour Special Edition, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch
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