Little Racer Brings 100 New Tracks This November

Published: November 25, 2019 11:00 AM /


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Slot car-style racing game Little Racer is bringing a big ol' content update to the Nintendo Switch in just a few short days, adding a massive 100 tracks to the game alongside a brand-new Challenge Mode.

If you've been sleeping on Little Racer, you're missing out on a good bit of nostalgic fun. Remember those fun slot-car tracks that you had as a kid? It's just like that, minus one of the cars flying off of the rails and crashing into your cat. Now, a hundred new tracks are coming to the game, adding even more fun to a package that's already pretty darn cool.

The base game started out with 10 worlds and 30 levels; the addition of the new tracks ups the fun considerably while keeping the same great price. You don't have to play by yourself, either — the simple controls make it easy as pie for as many as four people to get together and compete in a race!

That's not all that's being added, though! A brand-new "Challenge Mode" is coming for the super serious folks out there who want to compete with other players in ranked matches.

Little Racer track editor

The Little Racer Track Editor Adds Even More Fun

If 130 tracks aren't enough for you for some crazy reason, you're also able to make your own in Little Racer.

A super-simple track editor exists which lets you place down whichever pieces you'd like in crazy configurations, adding even greater possibilities for chaotic racing fun. You can also unlock new cars as you play through the game, offering up a boatload of fun at a budget price.

If Little Racer seems like your kind of jam, you can pick it up on the Nintendo eShop at the price of $15.99 or your regional equivalent. Challenge Mode and 100 new tracks will be arriving in an update on November 29, 2019.

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