Quantum Rush – Futuristic Online Racing Inspired By WipeOut – Gets A Steam Greenlight Campaign

GameArt Studio has announced the launch of a Steam Greenlight campaign for its upcoming futuristic online racing title, Quantum Rush. Quantum Rush seeks to revive the genre of futuristic racing games, and aims to offer an exciting mix of both racing and combat elements as well as extensive research and customisation functionality.

According to the development team, due to the online competitive nature of the game, there is also a strong focus on community features. Up to 20 pilots can pit their skills against each other in a single race to fight for the the top ranks of the highscores.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • high speed races up to supersonic speeds

  • incredible race tracks with stunning graphics in an SF environment on both the earth and in space, which include crazy fun elements such as loopings, tubes, jumps and more.

  • gun fights with built-in weapon systems and power-ups distributed on the race tracks

  • you can collect defensive, manipulative or offensive pickups during a race, such as shields, mines, rockets and more.

  • a comprehensive system to modify and improve your racer – both visibly and functionally

  • various types of racers with special capabilities produced by three different manufacturers, each having its distinctive strengths and weaknesses

  • an energy and heat management system to optimize your racer performance

  • a tech-tree style research system to improve the features of your racer with research points

  • various customizable skins, engines, boosters, shields, armaments and weapons

  • a training mode for beginners, a normal mode and a racing mode (pure racing without weapons and pickups)

  • great community features for interaction with thousands of other players

  • keyboard and gamepad support

  • intelligent matchmaking system

  • highscore, leaderboard and your personal statistics

  • native speaker support and localization team

  • integrated help, tutorials and support system

Enjoy!

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