Milestone has released a new trailer and gameplay walkthrough for Hot Wheels Unleashed introducing the “Track Builder” feature.
Here is an overview of Track Builder, via Milestone:
The Track Builder is the same tool that Milestone’s designers used to the create the official tracks found in Hot Wheels Unleashed. The same tools, items, tracks, and layouts will be available to everyone; all that’s required of the player is imagination and a love of Hot Wheels.
Players will learn how to design with the iconic orange tracks, the backbone of all Hot Wheels racing. Twisting, bending, stretching, and finally placing every available track, item, obstacle, and more, is now part of the pure racing fun experience.
After more than two years of development, the final result allows players to create crazy tracks in an extremely easy way, starting with choosing one of the environments available in the game, including the Track Room—a special stage designed specifically to showcase the freedom of the Track Builder.
Any element of the environments could potentially be part of the course. This means that players can mix track modules with different objects and obstacles from any environment in order to create dynamic and unpredictable races. Players will also have the chance to bring their tracks to the next level, thanks to the special Track Builder Modules. More than 20 amazing modules are available, such as T-Rex Escape, Spider Ambush, and Hungry Cobra to make the tracks even more unique, insane, and challenging.
The Track Builder also features the chance to share creations with the world or enjoy the crazy tracks made by other players. Being part of the community means having the chance to become an extraordinary designer or simply a racer always looking for new adrenaline and unpredictable challenges.
The trailer also unveiled seven new vehicles out of the over 60 available in the game at launch. The new cars are 24 Ours, Off-Duty, Supercharged, RocketFire, Street Creeper, Surf ‘N Turf, and Tricera-Truck.
Hot Wheels Unleashed is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on September 30.
Watch the footage below.