Trackmania Turbo delayed to early 2016

Ubisoft improving campaign, interface, and more.

Trackmania: Turbo

Ubisoft has delayed Trackmania Turbo from its planned November 26 release date to early 2016.

According to the publisher, the game was delayed following feedback through community comments and various play tests in order to provide the best experience possible.

“During the additional months, we plan to enhance the campaign and the game’s interface,” Ubisoft said in a blog post. “Since multiplayer is such a strong component of the Trackmania experience, we also plan to continue improving Trackmania Turbo’s multiplayer modes. With updated multiplayer modes comes more multiplayer testing. The extra time will give us an opportunity to make sure that the online infrastructure is stable and that the online experience is a smooth one.

“We are also working on adding an extra feature that offers a new way to challenge your friends on your favorite user-made tracks. This is a special mode that we think will extend Trackmania Turbo’s longevity because of how it spurs competition between players.

“Finally, we will be able to fine-tune the random generator feature and make the Trackbuilder even more accessible and complete. These improvements will allow the community to create more tracks that are faster and crazier than ever before.”

Trackmania Turbo will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC when it launches.

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