Electro Ride: The Neon Racing gets free prologue version for both Linux and Windows PC with a release date. Thanks to developer Sylwester Osik. Which is now available to test your skills on Steam.
After 5 years of development Sylwester Osik’s game Electro Ride: The Neon Racing gets a free prologue version. Since this gives you a chance to check your gameplay. And also see how it feels to race in an alternative futuristic version. While experiencing Eastern Europe where the Berlin Wall never fell.
What you can find in Prologue:
- Training ride through the streets of Warsaw in the neon version of Syrena Sport
- Full race on one of two selected routes in East Berlin
- You will be able to choose the neon version of Polish Fiat 126p or Fiat 125p
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing – Teaser “Are you ready?
In the alternative Europe, where Eastern Bloc hasn’t collapsed. Instead evolved into an everlasting centre of wealth and progression. While taking place after a victorious space race. Here, the fame awaits you. Racers of the world start their engines. And may the best neon car WIN!.
So you think you’re a great racer? Get out of that Ferrari and stand for the real challenge. Electro Ride: The Neon Racing has you racing with the crazy machines from the Eastern Bloc. No ABS, no traction control, no nothing. Just you and a beautiful, classic car with powerful neons. The Prologue certainly challenges your drifting skills in these cars. While the full release will offer 20+ cars. All taking inspiration from the legends. Those from USSR, Polish People’s Republic, Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, People’s Republic of Bulgaria, German Democratic Republic.
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing is a Soviet Bloc Arcade Racer with neon lights. The project is also the result and the single work of Sylwester Osik. Who started development because of love to his own Fiat 125p. While doing it all without any budget or crowdfunding.
Full version of Electro Ride: The Neon Racing has July 10th, 2020 release date. Due to arrive on Windows PC, with Linux following shortly after.