Non-Stop Retro Thrill Ride, Speed Limit, Dashes onto PC and Consoles in Early 2021

Speed Limit

Publisher Chorus Worldwide Games and developer Gamechuck are thrilled to announce their fast-paced, genre-defying homage to the arcade action of old, Speed Limit, will be arriving on Steam, PlayStation 4 (playable on 5), Xbox One/S/X, and Nintendo Switch in early 2021. To celebrate the launch date announcement, you can check out the all-new trailer below.

WATCH THE LAUNCH DATE ANNOUNCEMENT TRAILER

A daily train commute gone wrong: Speed Limit is a one-take, non-stop arcade experience that never slows down. No cuts, no lapses in the chaos, Speed Limit is an old-school action extravaganza boiled down to its core elements: Hard. Fast. Addictive.

Additionally, thanks to gameplay that transports players to a different genre and perspective every couple of stages, not only does Speed Limit keep you on your toes, but it also promises an experience that showcases the very best of retro gaming. From running and gunning inside a commuter train, through tearing up the streets in a convertible, all the way to a speed-of-sound breaking fighter jet, as the speed intensifies, so does the challenge. Speed Limit is fast, varied, and unforgiving. From the moment you start to the moment you die, you are in control. And it’ll take all your skill to survive.

Non-Stop Retro Thrill Ride, Speed Limit, Dashes onto PC and Consoles in Early 2021

A must-play for retro gamers:

  • A thrilling genre-switching rollercoaster that will test the limits of your reflexes
  • Gameplay that seamlessly transitions between six different retro genres
  • Unlockable endless mode
  • High-energy synth-wave soundtrack
  • No tweening, no skeletons: All graphics are hand-drawn frame-by-frame

There is a demo available on Steam right now that gives players a taste of the fast-paced action they can expect in the full game.

Non-Stop Retro Thrill Ride, Speed Limit, Dashes onto PC and Consoles in Early 2021

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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