Many of us have fond memories of the fast-paced racing of F-Zero. It's been a long time since we've had a high-speed racing game in that style, and Antigraviator has just arrived to fill the gap. What's more, a press release from the publisher has some good news — it's available to purchase on the PlayStation 4 right now!
Developed by Cybernetic Walrus and published by Iceberg Interactive, Antigraviator takes the basic concepts of games like F-Zero and throws in some fun new elements. Nearly 200 years into the future, several scientific breakthroughs in terraforming and antigravity have allowed a new form of racing to emerge. Now, you and your friends can take to the high-speed tracks to see who is king of the circuit!
What to Expect in Antigraviator
Of course, Antigraviator wouldn't be much of a racing game without multiplayer, so you can bet your sweet butt that it's included. Choose from either split-screen or online multiplayer as you challenge your opponents on the game's high-speed hover courses.
It will take more than just good racing skills to win, though! Players will be able to activate traps along the track or make use of other power-ups and boosts beyond the speed-boosting pads of previous games in the genre. Getting tailgated by your opponent? Drop a hover mine and laugh as your opponent goes flying. Want to secure the win? Cause a rockslide to close off a tunnel behind you, forcing the competition to find another way through.
Best of all, you'll be able to customize your Grav to fit your racing style. There's only so much power to go around, though, so remember that a gain in one area means a sacrifice in another. You'll also be able to change up the visuals with unlockable skins.
If Antigraviator seems like your kind of jam, you can buy it on the PlayStation 4 right now at the price of $19.99 or your regional equivalent. It's also available on PC. In the meantime, you can check out the PS4 Launch Trailer below to get a feel for the game.
What do you think of Antigraviator? Do you think it will scratch that F-Zero itch? Let us know in the comments below!