Trackmania Release Date Delayed; New Gameplay Revealed

Published: April 22, 2020 1:29 PM /


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Trackmania release date delay has been announced by Ubisoft, pushing this high-flying racing game back nearly two months past its originally-intended launch date.

It's not all bad news, though — Ubisoft has also revealed a pretty killer Trackmania Gameplay Trailer! Go ahead and give it a watch:

If you haven't heard of Trackmania, it's a pretty cool racing game with a sensational twist. The "twist", in this case, is quite literal as the game features acrobatics in the style of classic Hot Wheels toys. Players will make amazing leaps, speed through intense loops, and try to become the fastest racer on the ground (and often in the air).

The franchise has been around for a while and well-beloved by an enthusiastic community, but now a new version is on the way. Unfortunately, it looks like they'll be waiting just a little bit longer for it to come to their computers.

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What is the Trackmania Release Date Delay?

If you've been looking forward to this latest version of Trackmania, you'll be sad to hear that it's going to be pushed back nearly two months.

According to a press release from Ubisoft, the new Trackmania release date will be July 1, 2020. This eight-week delay will allow the developers to better polish the overall racing experience as well as giving the content creation and sharing tools a little more love. The game's competition system is also highlighted as an area that will be getting extra attention.

For now, you can look forward to Trackmania making its way to the Epic Games Store and Uplay this July. No price has been announced. You can keep up with the franchise at its official website.

What do you think of the Trackmania release date delay? Are you disappointed to have to wait a few more weeks? Let us know in the comments below!

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