Digital Reality has just unveiled some of the car classes and models that will be available in its upcoming arcade title, Bang Bang Racing, speeding onto PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade and PC later this year. Featuring four distinct car classes with five models each, there’s a car for every type of racer in the family: Players will be able to choose between N-Dura Class, Evo GT, Protech, and Apex.
Here is some additional information about the afforementioned classes:
N-Dura Class: With strong grip, good control and moderate speed, this intro class will bring you up to speed and deliver your first taste of nitro boosting!
Evo GT : Faster, greater drift around corners, insane acceleration with even more nitro – mastering these beasts is a bit of challenge.
Protech: You’re going to need some wicked moves to conquer these racing machines – don’t forget to use those brakes either, as these babies can move!
Apex: Hope you’re ready for the major leagues as these are the fastest cars on the planet – highly agile but also fragile, requiring the tightest control imaginable.
Within each class you’ll find five different models that have different acceleration, top-speed, nitro, strength and steering/handling attributes. Customization is also key and the look and paint jobs for your car are up to you – there are even eight unlockable skins to earn! Gamers can find a car in each class that fits their exact racing style and the track selected for racing.
Bang Bang Racing is scheduled for a 2012 release. Enjoy the following trailer!
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