Phren Games’ RC Revolution is a madcap take on radio control car racing, with all the colour and twitch handling you’d expect from driving a 1/10th vehicle simulator.
Stylised as ‘RC REVOLuTion,’ the game sees players control RC cars in first or third-person views, traversing several different environments across both offline and online multiplayer modes.
Appearing like a cross between Micro Machines and Mario Kart, RC Revolution features a track editor, with players able to place ramps and other obstacles to slow down the competition.
Anyone who’s built a Tamiya RC kit will immediately feel comfortable with the game’s customisation options, with players able to tune their selected rides for optimal performance – all without the expense of smacking your custom-painted Lexan bodyshell into a kerb.
RC Revolution is set to be available on PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch and PlayStation before the end of the year, with the developer releasing a free demo on Steam for players to sample.
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