Velocity 2X developer FuturLab announces Tiny Trax for PlayStation VR

Defy gravity and race on crazy tracks.

Tiny Trax

Velocity 2X developer FuturLab has announced Tiny Trax, a new racing game for PlayStation VR.

Here’s an overview, via its official website:

About

Tiny Trax is the super fun and replayable VR game you’ve been waiting for!

Childhood imagination comes to life as tiny racers boost around you, jump overhead and drift around bends inches from your face!

Key Features

  • Awesome VR Gameplay – Inspired by classic slot-car toys like Scalextric, epic tracks are built around your body to make great use of VR. Steer your vehicle as if it were radio controlled, zipping along walls, dunking underwater, flying overhead, and looping upside-down through ice-caves and space stations!
  • Addictive Arcade FunTiny Trax is easy to pick up, and rewards dedication & practice using an innovative drifting/boost-recharge mechanic, invented to provide a satisfying and meaningful drift feel within the context of a slot-car racer.
  • Stunning Scenery – Explore the charming beauty of twelve amazing tracks set across tropical islands, volcanoes, ice caves and outer-space – all constructed around you in dazzling VR!
  • Online MultiplayerTiny Trax rewards plucky driving, so pick a vehicle and race with delight through four spectacular cups, competing in real-time with friends in races for up to four players! Tiny Trax introduces a unique way to enjoy racing in VR. Play for any length of time, as often as you want, either in single player or with friends online!

More information is due out at E3 2017, which runs from June 13 to 15.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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