Redout 2 announced and it will be out in 2022

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Redout 2 has been announced by 34BigThings and Saber Interactive, with the futuristic racer coming in 2022. The confirmed platforms are PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Switch. The announce trailer shows off some gameplay from Redout 2 and one of the tracks that players will have to navigate at breakneck speed. The game is looking pretty colourful and the soundtrack sounds promising as well.

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The description for the game reads: “Redout 2 is the next generation of the award-winning series where racing through the dystopian wastelands of Earth is one of the galaxy’s most popular sports. A tribute to classic AG racing legends like Wipeout and F-Zero, Redout 2 carries on this legacy with lightning-fast speed, adrenaline, and action combined with stunning visuals and audio. Reach impossible speeds in exhilarating futuristic races across an expansive single-player campaign and competitive online multiplayer featuring in-depth controls, robust hover ship customization, and a killer original soundtrack.”

The original Redout was released in 2017, and in our review Jake wrote: “Redout is an ambitious attempt to recapture the glory of futuristic racing games, while paying homage to WipEout. The game’s controls and responsiveness have been fine-tuned to make the hardest of tracks very interesting and engaging to race across at supersonic speeds. Redout is an example of a game that’s given and old formula another coat of paint, but it could also mean the beginning of another futuristic racer franchise, in the absence of a true contemporary from Sony.”

Redout was followed by Redout: Space Assault which was an on rail shooter that was first released on mobile before making the jump to PC and consoles. In our review for that game, Dom wrote: “If you’re a fan of on-rails shooters, Redout: Space Assault is an enjoyable, if limited, addition to the genre.”

Source: YouTube/Official Site

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  1. Yes! Really looking forward to this!

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