Unique style rally game rally art will make the leap to consoles this summer, with a release on Xbox and Xbox Game Pass, allowing mobile gamers to get a taste of the title as well.
The transition was announced during a Twitch showcase of Xbox games taking place over the next several months, revealing that rally art would follow its predecessor Absolute drift in the switch to console. However, at the moment, it seems that only Xbox owners will be able to experience the game’s novel art style, without a detailed PlayStation release until now.
If you are not familiar with rally art, is an isometric view rally simulator that relives the “golden age” of the sport, covering the era from the 1960s to the 1990s. There are over 60 rally cars to get familiar with, or rather to ride Although they are not officially licensed machines, so they do carry some interesting names. Thanks to the creative graphics, the vehicles look a lot like the cars we remember and love, but are sub-detailed enough to get away with it.
That streamlined style also extends to environments, with 60 rally stages in Finland, Germany, Japan, Norway, and Sardinia recreated in-game.
In addition to the Xbox announcement, an expansion for art of rally was also revealed. This free update will add a Kenya location to the game, including six new rally stages and a free roaming map. There are also four new cars that come with the update.
There is no precise date for the Xbox launch yet, with only a “summer 2021” window. Pricing information for the regular Xbox version will also be available closer to the release date.