New Team Sonic Racing Video Showcases Team Gameplay
Buckle up Sonic fans! Today SEGA® released the first video in a series of new Team Sonic Racing™ spotlight gameplay videos, showcasing some of the key gameplay elements featured in the high-octane multiplayer racing experience. In the premiere video, watch as Sonic and Friends work together using unique team-based moves to race past rival teams. Fans will also be treated to debut footage of Team Rose, a loveable new trio, and Ice Mountain, a frozen terrain that challenges players across all skill levels.
Developed by award-winning studio Sumo, Team Sonic Racing is the ultimate arcade and fast-paced competitive style racing experience, featuring your favorite characters and environments from across the Sonic Universe. Race together and win together in online multiplayer or local co-op mode utilizing the dynamic team mechanics and vehicle customization features to dash across the finish line. To pre-order the physical edition of Team Sonic Racing, please visit www.teamsonicracing.com. Details of digital pre-order will be available at a later date.
Prepare to assist teammates and knock out opponents with a variety of fast-paced moves, including:
Skimboost: Boost struggling teammates back into action as you drive by!
Slingshot: Slipstream a teammate for a slingshot boost!
Rival Takedown: Knock out highlighted opponents ahead and speed past them!
Item Box Transfer: Send and receive Wisps with teammates anywhere on the track!
Team Ultimate: Use Team Mechanics to fill your Team Ultimate meter and unleash a massive team boost!
Team Sonic Racing is geared up to release both physically and digitally this winter on Sony PlayStation®4, Microsoft Xbox® One and Nintendo Switch™, with a digital-only release on PC.
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Still feel like they should’ve done a more offense type of thing with Team Ultimate. Like the team blasts from Sonic Heroes cause so far all I see is just a big boost of speed whenever the ultimate is used. Correct me if I’m wrong tho.
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