Taxi Chaos feature 2

Taxi Chaos is an arcade game inspired by Crazy Taxi, coming to PC on October 19th

Lion Castle and Team6 Game Studios have announced that their cab driving game, Taxi Chaos, will release on PC on October 19th. In this game, players will get behind the wheel and experience a brand-new taxi experience.

Players will drive around the city as the seasoned cab driver Vinny or the self-proclaimed ‘influencer’ Cleo, and pick up the craziest of customers.

Basically, this is a new Crazy Taxi game. This game came out exclusively on consoles, and it’s now being ported to PC. Below you can also find its key features.

  • A completely fresh and modern take on the old-school classic taxi games!
  • Explore and master the streets of the immense and vibrant New Yellow City.
  • Discover the best routes to speed up and maximize your fares!
  • Go hard! Go crazy! The more risk you take and the crazier you drive, the higher your rewards!
  • Break the rules in seven extreme rides: from the iconic yellow cab to a full-blown muscle car! Earn enough to complete your collection.
  • Get to know your bizarre passengers through hilarious and fully voiced conversations! Pick up a hipster, plumber, rockstar, an alien and many more!
  • Smash through mailboxes, streetlights, fire hydrants or everything else that is in your way! The city is your playground.
  • Test your driving skills in three distinct game modes! Enjoy the classic Arcade Mode, cruise around in Freeroam or step up for a real challenge in Pro Mode.
Taxi Chaos - Launch Trailer | PS4

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