Developer Electro Phantom Games has released the first gameplay footage for their open world racer Speed Elixir which is due for release in December.
If I worked at a studio and they were pitching this to me, I'd say 1. what makes your game different/better than the lot of racing games currently available? 2. Track level is pretty meh, with minimal setting variation. Same scenery from start to finish
Yeah, looks like Unity game built based on asset store.
I would say: 1. Ghost games or Criterion studio did not make it. (yippy!!!) 2. no always online, pause is in the game,no night time only racing 3. most importantly NOOOOOOOT as much drifting in each corner. 4. their is Gripping in corners again.
wtf look at the pop in the trees!
Still in development stage.
Looks just like the Hot Pursuit reboot, with nicer visuals. Hnnnng, can't someone make another Burnout and Midnight Club? Or even Race Driver: GRID? Sick of all these other racers.
They have got the basics alright, now to add something unique.
Looks alright. I wish they showed what their simulation mode was like.
What was the point of this?
Why should people get this over the new Need for speed?
As a loyal fan of Need for Speed from 3DO to this reboot ps4 nfs has changed to much. Elixir has what nfs once had scenery,country roads,etc. grip. nfs used to have grip in turns,corners now all drifting. who want to drift in every corner?? not i. this reboot wanna-be-nfs is horrible, driving in graffitti neighborhood, night time only racing,always online, no pausing,no offline racing return for refund.
but looking at this looks like it lacks alot. i have drive club and ill get midnightclub if anything
How is it open world if the tract is all walled in?
this. Doesnt look like my type of racer. Midnight club would be great, even burnout
I'd buy it for PS4
If they are as bad at making games as they are in naming something I'll bury my hopes immediately.
This could a challenger to Need For Speed.
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