Art of Rally for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Switch launches August 12

PlayStation versions yet to be dated.

Art of Rally

Rally racing game Art of Rally will launch for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Switch on August 12, developer Funselektor Labs announced. It will also be available via Xbox Game Pass for cloud, console, and PC.

Art of Rally first launched for PC via Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store in September 2020.

PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 versions are also due out this summer, but have yet to receive a release date.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

“To do something dangerous with style is art…”

Art of Rally is a stylized experience inspired by the golden era of rally from the creator of Absolute Drift.

Race across the world through colorful and stylized environments in top-down view. Compete for first place in the leaderboards with daily and weekly challenges. Will you master the art of rally?

The Golden Years of Rally

Experience the golden era of rally in Career mode, travelling across 60 stages from Finland to Sardinia, Norway, Japan and Germany.

50-Plus Iconic Rally Cars

Get behind the wheel of your favorite vintage cars, ranging from the 60s to the 80s, Group B, Group S and Group A.

Authentic Handling

From beginner-friendly options to driving modes that’ll challenge the most expert drivers, all players can tackle the races using their favorite rally driving tricks: Scandinavian flick, counter steering, left foot braking, handbrake turns.

Race to the Top

Get your name out at the top of the Leaderboard in our daily and weekly challenges.

Photo Mode

Show off your driving skills, or simply your favorite landscapes, with the integrated Photo and Replay mode.

Watch a new trailer below.

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