Radial-G – WipeOut/F-Zero-inspired Futuristic Racer – Steam Early Access Launches This December

Tammeka Games announced that its WipeOut/F-Zero inspired futuristic racer, Radial-G, will release this December on Steam via its Early Access program. Radial-G will feature races over 30 real and AI opponents, will be Oculus Rift-ready, will pack both single and multiplayer action, and promises to deliver full immersion racing on tubular tracks featuring gut-wrenching twists, jumps, splits and unique inverted racing.

Heralded as the spiritual successor to sci-fi racing greats WipeOut and F-Zero, newly-founded Tammeka have seen critical acclaim for the title from industry heavyweights including Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Studios Worldwide, and Palmer Luckey, Inventor and Founder of Oculus VR, following the release of a free-to-download single player demo in July 2014 (that can be downloaded from here).

The demo led to a successful Steam Greenlight campaign in September 2014, with arcade racing enthusiasts able to purchase the Early Access version on December 11th.

The initial Steam Early Access version of the game will include the following features:

·         A new environment set in the depths of space in and around a derelict asteroid mining station.
·         Three additional courses offering insanely fast racing around tracks including dizzying splits and twists, crazy stomach-defying jumps and inverted tunnel sections.
·         A choice of three race craft
·         16-player online multiplayer support
·         Offline and single player modes
·         Balance the risk and reward of converting your shield to additional user-controlled boost
·         Enhanced ship physics
·         DK1, DK2 and regular 2D monitor modes supported for Windows-PC

On the other hand, the first full public release of the game on Steam, after a short period in Steam Early Access, will offer much more to the player at an increased price, in line with other indie game offerings. These additional features include:

·         Three environments in total
·         Three tracks per environment, with mirrored and reversed track options to unlock
·         Three ships to choose from, offering individual and unique handling mechanics
·         Customisable ships and pilots
·         32-player online multiplayer support
·         Compelling game modes including single races, championships, elimination and more


Radial-G : Oculus and gameplay footage