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The Race Factory is made with a heavy emphasis on multiplayer and the ability to create your own race tracks and battle arenas.
It features fun racing with drift physics, weapons to give you the advantage over the competition, and plenty of customization to make the game just how you want it!
The game features 1-4 player local multiplayer, and 2-8 players online. AI is supported in both offline and online multiplayer.
Play across multiple game modes, such as Race, Drift, Infection, Time Attack and more! Time Attack mode features online leaderboards so you can compete for the best times against your friends and the world!
Pre-built race tracks will be included with the game, for those of you who don't want to spend the time designing your own.
TRF Is in the Steam Autumn Games Festival, head on over to the Steam Store page and check out the demo, or wishlist the game for when it releases later in October! STEAM STORE PAGE
And here is a devlog covering the past 2 weeks of development:
1st October 2020 - Steam demo gets updated in preparation for the Steam Games Festival.
8th October 2020 - We take a quick look back at how the project looked almost 2 years ago, and how it looks now:
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These devlogs are mostly a compilation and summary of all my tweets done over the time period since the last devlog, so following me on Twitter is the best way to stay up to date on what's happening with TRF, as I tweet almost everyday.
Wishlist the game on Steam, and check out the demo at: Store.steampowered.com
Have a great day!
This week was focused on the drop-in/out system for input methods, and doing some refinements of physics.
Second Devlog, focusing on the addition of tournaments, and a look at track objects you can place on your own tracks.
Welcome to the first DevLog for TRF! Here's a summary of what's been worked on this week: 4 Player Split-screen, 4 weapons, positioning and a race results...