Touhou Racing Recreation Gensou Skydrift Releasing on PS4 with New Content material

Touhou Racing Recreation Gensou Skydrift Releasing on PS4 with New Content material

For any PlayStation four house owners who’re in search of a brand new racing sport within the vein of 2019’s Crash Group Racing and different high-octane titles, Touhou is bringing its 2019 racer Gensou Skydrift to the Sony console in March 2021. The launch will function two new phases in terms of PS4, however it’ll lose cross-platform multiplayer performance that’s current in Swap and PC variations of the sport.

For individuals who is perhaps unfamiliar, Touhou is a collection of bullet hell shoot ’em ups developed by Group Shanghai Alice since 1997. Whereas the collection has launched alongside widespread racers just like the still-popular Mario Kart 64 for many years, Gensou Skydrift is the primary time Touhou has gone into the racing style itself.

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The 2 new phases being added to the sport are referred to as “Redevelopment Space B” and “Heaven,” which can even be added into the Swap and PC variations when the PS4 model is launched. On prime of that, two further characters named Alice Margatroid and Rin Kaenbyou are coming to the sport. Much like the fan-favorite Mario Kart: Double Sprint, Gensou Skydrift has the participant in charge of two characters at one time, so it is sensible that two new additions are coming as a substitute of only one.

In contrast to Mario Kart: Double Sprint nevertheless, Gensou Skydrift has one character standing on prime of the opposite throughout the race. It is weird, however feels proper at residence within the Touhou universe. When it comes to gameplay, Gensou Skydrift additionally shares some parts with Diddy Kong Racing, which by no means obtained a sequel, however so far as artwork fashion, quirks, and stage design go, the Touhou racer is by itself stage.

Gensou Skydrift is obtainable now for PC and Swap, and releases for PlayStation four on March 9.

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