It’s almost been two weeks since Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) launched PlayStation VR. Most of the videogames that were scheduled to arrive on launch day did, but one was missing Artefact Studios and Microids’ racing title Moto Racer 4. The title had previously been confirmed as a launch experience back in July, but a listing on Amazon now puts the date as 4th, November 2016.
Moto Racer 4 isn’t solely a PlayStation VR title on PlayStation 4, it also supports Xbox One, PC and Mac, interestingly the listing on Steam gives a release date of 3rd, November 2016.
The videogame is set to feature over 15 single player and multiplayer modes, which include King of the Hill, where racers have to get their timer down to zero first; Last Man Standing will eliminate the last player through a check point and Survival, where have to pick up time by going through checkpoints, lasting as long as possible.
Over 100 motocross and asphalt challenges are available, alongside 18 races across 3 open environments. On the multiplayer side, for consoles there will be local two player, then online matches that’ll feature up to ten players.
There are some differences in pricing as well. The videogame will come in two guises, a standard edition and a deluxe edition. The standard Moto Racer 4 is priced at £22.99 GBP on Steam, while the Deluxe version is £39.99. For PlayStation VR users the Deluxe Edition will cost you £49.99 via Amazon. The Deluxe Edition includes: metal case including game disc, Season Pass for access to all the upcoming content, including a game mode and additional content of 3 Riders Packs.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Moto Racer 4, reporting back with any further announcements.