Recently at PlayStation Experience (PSX), Aquiris debuted a new teaser trailer for Horizon Chase: Turbo, a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed Horizon Chase World Tour. The PS4 verison of the game is playable at PSX and to celebrate that, Aquiris released the teaser video that shows off the game's classic arcade-style gameplay. The video itself isn't too long but it shows off some of the game's features such as a more classic arcade-style of graphics as well as four-player head-to-head racing. Personally I like these kinds of racing games as I'm not too big of a stickler for graphics; as long as it plays good, I'm in. Horizon Chase: Turbo will be available for PS4 and Steam in Spring 2018.
HORIZON CHASE: TURBO SPEEDS INTO PSX TO OFFER FIRST LOOK AT UPCOMING CONSOLE AND STEAM RELEASE
Aquiris Debuts Entirely Original Gameplay, Tracks and Features for PlayStation®4 Version at PSX this Weekend
LOS ANGELES – Dec. 9, 2017 – Push the pedal to the metal with Horizon Chase Turbo on PlayStation®4 at PlayStation Experience (PSX), the highspeed follow-up to critically-acclaimed Horizon Chase World Tour. To mark the first playable opportunity for Horizon Chase Turbo, Aquiris Game Studio is releasing an all-new teaser highlighting the game’s classic arcade-racing gameplay.
Horizon Chase Turbo is a lovingly crafted throwback to the high-octane arcade racers of decades past, allowing players to go head-to-head in a nostalgic racer that feels classic and new at the same time. The game will be playable for the public for the first time ever this weekend on the show floor at Booth No. 33 at PSX in Anaheim, and will be available for PlayStation®4 and Steam in Spring 2018.
More details on game modes and locations will be available in early 2018.
About Horizon Chase Turbo
Horizon Chase Turbo delivers neck-break speed, original gameplay, tight controls, new features and content designed specifically to highlight the nostalgic feel of classic racers on next-generation technology. The game marks a resurgence of couch co-op, where up to four players can compete in multiplayer campaigns, intense tournaments and endurance trials as they race around the globe.
Aquiris is a game studio based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. With 10 years of history and a team of 70 people, we have been creating games for a broad range of platforms, from browser to PC and mobile. The company is based in Porto Alegre, southern Brazil, state of Rio Grande do Sul, inside one of the main technology parks in Latin America, called Tecnopuc. The studio’s big focus since the very beginning has been on delivering the best artistic, technical and gameplay quality to the players, in partnership with the studio’s publishing partners. Now with Horizon Chase, the studio is taking a step further into the wild world of self-publishing, with a game that really translates the studio’s passion for the classics.