Spiritual successor to Nitronic Rush, Distance, leaves Steam Early Access on September 18th

Refract Studios today announced that its survival racing game Distance will fully launch for $24.99 on September 18th on Steam with a DRM-free version on its official website. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has released a new trailer that you can find below.

Distance is an atmospheric racing platformer that fuses futuristic arcade racing with parkour, and challenges players to survive a deadly, mysterious, neon-drenched city by jumping, rotating, and flying.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Adventure Mode: A short single-player narrative experience. Drive into the heart of a dark, mysterious city as you pursue an ominous threat.
  • Arcade Mode: Race ghosts to take on the leaderboards’ best. Earn medals to unlock a wide variety of tracks in several different modes.
  • Multiplayer: Online (up to 12 players) and split-screen (2-4 players) play in modes such as Sprint, Reverse Tag, Stunt, and Challenge.
  • Trackmogrify: Random track generation with advanced seed modifiers.
  • VR: Full VR integration with support for Oculus Rift CV1 and HTC Vive.
  • Level editor: Use a powerful level editor to create levels from within the game and share them with players around the world.
  • Original soundtrack: New music from the composer behind award-winning games like Nitronic Rush, Solace, and The Fourth Wall.

Enjoy!

Distance - Adventure v1.0 Teaser

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