New Track and Challenges Added to Early Access Version of DRIFT21
Global publisher 505 Games and developer ECC Games S.A. today reveal a new update for the hugely popular drift racing simulation game DRIFT21. Currently available on Steam Early Access, DRIFT21 puts you behind the wheel of your very own drift racing car as you take on Japan’s legendary EBISU circuits. Choose from a range of fully licensed cars and fine tune your dream drifting machine right down to the smallest engine parts to gain every advantage when on the track.
As part of the ongoing development roadmap, today’s new update will test your drifting skills on the longest course of the entire EBISU complex. The EBISU West course, also known as Nishi, is over 2100 meters in length with long straights and demanding, fast corners. Take the time to explore the track as you may well find a KuruKuru Land right next to it!
– Added new track – Ebisu West (also known as Nishi) and KuruKuru Land
– New Time Attack challenges – designed specifically for Ebisu West and KuruKuru Land
– New Solo Run challenges – designed specifically for Ebisu West and KuruKuru Land
There will also be various fixes and updates to the game that have been reported by the community to enhance the player’s driving experience. As part of the ongoing Early Access development roadmap, ECC Games S.A is working with the community to gather feedback on all aspects of the gameplay and content to ensure that DRIFT21 continues to lead the way in the drift racing simulation genre.
DRIFT21 is available to purchase on the Steam Early Access program now for $24.99/£22.49/€24.99.