Antigraviator delivers antigravity racing without speed limits in 2018

According to the developer, Antigraviator is a sleek new take on the antigravity racing genre. Players must use traps, power-ups, and boosts to overtake opponents and dominate tracks. Unlike other games, there's no speed limit holding you back. This presents new challenges because victory is all about maintaining control at impossible speeds.

Antigraviator takes place in the distant future. In the year 2210, racing has evolved far beyond its expected limits. New terraforming capabilities paired with scientific breakthroughs in the field of antigravity have given birth to a new spectacle called the Antigraviator tournament. In Antigraviator, players race on detailed stages, full of lightspeed danger, chaos, and mayhem. Gamers will guide their vehicle in three gameplay modes across four different worlds with three tracks each.

Just like any competitive experience, players can challenge their friends in fiercely competitive multiplayer modes. Antigraviator supports local split-screen gameplay as well as online multiplayer. However, it's not about racing cleanly and perfecting your moves. Gamers can sabotage others by activating mines, damaging the environment to create roadblocks, destroying tunnels, and even firing missiles. Anything goes in order to win!

Antigraviator features a single-player campaign which unlocks new parts, ships and skins. However, vehicle customization also plays an important role in giving you an edge over the competition. Vehicles are fully customizable but deciding on one upgrade may mean compromising another. For example, players must strike a balance between acceleration and offensive capabilities in order to succeed. If you make one aspect too weak, you may not win.

Antigraviator is expected to launch in 2018, and we should hear more about the game in the coming months.

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Asher Madan

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.