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Antigraviator Looks Like Wipeout Meets Mario Kart (With No Speed Limit)

Three futuristic flying racing cars called Gravs flying through the air in Antigraviator

Iceberg Interactive and indie developer Cybernetic Walrus have teamed up to create Antigraviator, “the fastest anti-gravity racing game ever made.”

The frenetic racing game is being developed in the Unity engine and is a fresh take on the anti-racing genre.  Racers soar around the track with no speed limit, reportedly offering players the fastest racing experience ever.  In addition to break-neck speed, players can use traps, power-ups and boosts to overtake and humiliate opponents.  There are hover mines, rockslides, collapsing tunnels, missiles, and more.

It’s basically Wipeout meets Mario Kart.  Awesome.

Key features of Antigraviator are:

  • No speed limit!
  • Play the single-player campaign to unlock new parts, ships and skins
  • Race your friends with local split-screen multiplayer for up to 4 players
  • Race anybody in online multiplayer mode with rankings and leaderboards
  • Use environmental traps to overtake your opponents
  • Power-ups and boosts allow you to become top of the track
  • Vehicle customization gives you an edge over the opposition
  • Four beautifully created sci-fi worlds with three dynamic courses each
  • Stunning realistic 3D graphics powered by the Unity Engine
  • Soundtrack featuring 12 intense tracks that will enhance your racing experience

You can see the Antigraviator teaser trailer below:

Antigraviator is slated for a simultaneous launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Q2 2018.  For more information, visit the official website.

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Written by John Santina

I'm a 31-year-old gamer, clinging onto the gamepad despite real life responsibilities trying to pull me kicking and screaming away. I created GrownGaming to meet other adult gamers. Nice to meet you.

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