Ubisoft and Nadeo have announced that the latest addition to the TrackMania franchise, TrackMania 2 Stadium, is now available for PC. The game is priced at €9.99 and is available via the ManiaPlanet platform from TrackMania.com and Steam. In addition, Ubisoft has released the launch trailer of the game that can be enjoyed below.
Stadium benefits from a new single-player campaign, new content creation tools, as well as an overhauled graphics and lighting engine. This engine provides high-quality, scalable visuals, and the new content creation tools offer greater diversity for the TrackMania community.
TrackMania 2 Stadium is the next evolution of the series and a fitting successor to the popular TrackMania Nations Forever. TrackMania Nations Forever gathered over 1 million players in its first few weeks and has grown ever since, reaching over 12 million players by 2013.
Nadeo Publishing Managing Director at Ubisoft, Anne Blondel-Jouin said:
“I’m happy to confirm to the TrackMania players, that the Stadium environment is coming to ManiaPlanet as TrackMania² Stadium. This is a new start for our most popular and beloved racing environment. As a matter of fact, having it as a part of ManiaPlanet with TM² Canyon and the upcoming TM² Valley, will enable us at Nadeo and the community to make TM² Stadium come alive thanks to new features, content and evolutions along the way.”
TrackMania 2 Stadium is the comeback of the Stadium environment enjoyed by millions of players with TrackMania Nations Forever, this time as part of the ManiaPlanet environment allowing for improved services around the game, better graphics and a powerful track editor.
TrackMania 2 Stadium is a fast-paced take on the racer genre, easy to get into thanks to its pure gameplay. The Stadium environment has been an eSports favorite for years, and creative gamers should enjoy its extensive level editor.
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