Star Wars Episode I: Racer coming to PS4, Switch

Release date not announced.

Star Wars Episode I Racer

Star Wars Episode I: Racer, which first launched for Nintendo 64 and PC in May 1999, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch, developer Aspyr Media announced.

About

The 90s classic Star Wars Episode I: Racer is coming to Switch and PlayStation 4 complete with modernized controls. A beloved racing title based on the podracing sequence from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode I: Racer puts you behind the controls of your favorite podracers as you speed through flaming methane lakes, Tusken Raider assaults, anti-gravity tunnels, and much more in a pulse-pounding, do-or-die fight to the finish line.

Key Features

  • 25 playable racers including: Anakin Skywalker, Sebulba, and Ratts Tyerell.
  • Race tracks spanning eight unique worlds including: Tatooine, Baroonda, and Malastare.
  • Work with pit droids to upgrade your podracer for higher top speeds and acceleration.
  • Discover short-cuts and secrets to master your lap times.
  • Split-screen multiplayer (Switch and PlayStation 4) and LAN multiplayer (Switch).

View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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