Horizon Chase Turbo arcade racer to get a new Playground Mode on Linux, Mac and Windows. Developer Aquiris Game Studio is releasing a huge new update for the PlayStation 4 edition. But it’s also coming to PC as well.
Modern retro-styled arcade racer Horizon Chase Turbo is collecting prizes. As well as recognition since it was first released, back in May 2018. But now this crazy new content is coming to Linux, Mac and Windows. Here’s what Aquiris Game Studio has to say:
“The full content and Playground Mode update for Steam is also on our list. We cannot confirm an exact date, but definitely count on it.”
While there is no specific release date. It’s a pleasure to see Aquiris continue to expand the game. Since the games doing so well on PS4, it only makes sense to see a PC release on Steam.
Horizon Chase Turbo is receiving the most expected update to date, including:
- The new Playground Mode.
- Exclusive car skins.
- New colors.
- New “cable guy” car.
Horizon Chase Turbo – New Playground Mode (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Playground is a rotative competition that present 5 new races each time. Since these are time-limit tracks that will always bring something special to the table. Time Attack races with no opponents, changes in weather and time of day. Also the mirrored races, infinite nitros, restrictions on which cars competitors can use.
Coming soon to Horizon Chase Turbo you can also expect to see sandstorms in Iceland. As well as volcanoes in California and new rules. You never know what the next racing season will feature.
Races come in one of 5 difficulty levels, meaning there’s something for every type of Horizon Chase player. Each race presents two levels of challenge for Playgrounders to take on. Beating the computer opponents may be a challenge in itself. But you can always take it up a notch and fight to climb the leaderboards. Each race has its own leaderboard, Global and Friends-only, that stay online only for the duration of a season.
In Playground mode, each season brings a new set of surprises. Also a new place to compete every two weeks.