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Sega Unveils New Details for Team Sonic Racing

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Team Sonic Racing

Team Sonic Racing

Earlier today, Sonic revealed a new trailer for their upcoming title, Sonic Team Racing. Developed by Sumo Digital, they are the team responsible for the past two racing titles. Among these include Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing (2010) and its sequel, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (2012). Featuring a plethora of Sega characters, the Sonic Racing series features mechanics similar to Mario Kart. Consisting of multiple Sonic characters, the Sega racers also included characters from other franchise. Ryo from Shenmue, Akira and Jacky from Virtua Fighter, Ulala from Space Channel 5, and Upa-Upa from Fantasy Zone have appeared in the series. The Sonic Racing series also included guest characters, such as Banjo-Kazooie and even Wreck-It Ralph. Team Sonic Racing, however, will feature only Sonic characters. In addition to characters who appeared in the previous installments, Team Sonic Racing will feature past Sonic favorites. These include Rouge the Bat and Omega as well.

Having been featured in everything from Sonic Drift to Sonic Riders, Sonic is no stranger to racing games. However, this will take the series’ kart racing experience to the next level. Featuring team-themed racing action, some of the new abilities include team attacks to help get your team to the win. As opposed to traditional solo racing, players will be assorted into teams. This is likely a cue from a past Sonic title, Sonic Heroes (2004). Despite a brief look at abilities, the team mechanics are still a mystery. However, Nerdbite will continue to bring you the latest news as Sega releases new details. Look for Team Sonic Racing when it releases later this year, for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC!

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