Make Way: new top-down “DIY” racer set for 2023 release

Ross McGregor
Dundee-based developer Ice Beam has revealed its chaotic, top-down racing game Make Way will release on PC, Switch, PlayStation and Xbox this year.
Make Way

Dundee developer Ice Beam has revealed it will release its madcap, top-down racing game Make Way this year for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. 

Inspired by the likes of Micro Machines, the game focuses on vehicular combat with a colourful twist, offering crossplay multiplayer and a unique track-building mechanic ensuring every course is different to the last. 

The game comes with some racing game pedigree too, with Ice Beam founder having credits on past titles including GRID Legends and the Micro Machines series, as well as a stint as lead designer on Toybox Turbos. 

Customisable rulesets add variety to each race, but it’s the ability for each player to create the track beforehand that really sets Make Way apart. With a variety of hazards to avoid and several weapons to collect, players are in for a tough time trying to stay on course among all the frantic battling. 

Make Way

More tracks and track pieces can be unlocked as you progress, with local single or up to four-player multiplayer possible.  

Make Way will be released at some point in 2023, with an exact date yet to be announced. 

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