Nintendo has refused to make a new entry in the very famous <em>F-Zero</em> series since the Gamecube era. As a result, there’s been a number of other futuristic-racers that have cropped up over the year’s like <em>WipEout</em> and the Nintendo-exclusive <em>FAST Racing</em> series from Shin’en Multimedia. There’s yet another title out there, and it definitely looks pretty impressive.
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This is <em>Redout</em>, an <em>F-Zero</em> inspired futuristic racer that has you racing in unbelievably fast hovercrafts. Developed by indie studio 34BigThings, this racer is definitely the perfect fit for any speed freak. Of course the Switch already has <em>FAST RMX</em>, but what’s wrong with a little bit of variety?
The game was released on PC last year and just came to PS4 and Xbox One a few weeks ago. An exact release date for the Switch version has not been officially announced, but it looks like retailers let the cat out of the bag a bit early.
<a href=”https://www.amazon.com/Redout-Nintendo-Switch/dp/B01MZ9ELHN/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1496447152&sr=8-1&keywords=redout+switch&linkCode=ll1&tag=nintendoeverything-20&linkId=67527543bbf7d06e319d1b7fe2f0a5f1″>Amazon</a>, <a href=”http://www.bestbuy.com/site/redout-nintendo-switch/5730100.p?skuId=5730100&ref=199&loc=qd9XcyEa3J0&acampID=1&siteID=qd9XcyEa3J0-nXDOagXpxaW6XU7uYMlIYg”>Best Buy</a> and <a href=”http://www.gamestop.com/nintendo-switch/games/redout/141922″>GameStop</a> are all listing the release of the Switch edition of <em>Redout</em> as July 25th. That’s only a few weeks from now, so that’s definitely awesome if it really is the exact release date. We should get some official word soon.
Check out some gameplay footage:
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