Mantis Burn Racing will support cross-play between Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam
Mantis Burn Racing surprised everyone when it initially came out due to its stunning graphics and tight controls. It's will be one of the first games which will run at native 4K on Xbox One X as well.
Now, you might ask how could this game possibly get any better? Well, we have great news for you! And it's a big one.
According to VooFoo Studios, the game will also support cross-network play between Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam PC players. Cross-play has been a hot topic recently because it allows games to have an increased player base. This not only lets gamers play with their friends regardless of platform, but it also results in a greater sense of camaraderie given the divisive nature of closed platforms.
So far Sony appears to be the only company who doesn't want to implement cross-play, but hopefully, that will change in the future given the rise of games which support it. Hopefully, more games will follow titles like Crazy Justice and Mantis Burn Racing by adding the feature in future versions.
Built using VooFoo Studios' own propriety game and physics engine, Mantis Burn Racing seems to be a visually stunning, action-packed top-down racing game that combines real-world physics with intuitive controls in highly competitive races. There are expansions like Battle Cars available which add guns to the mix, aiming to emulate things like Death Race or Mad Max. If you're into arcade racing games, then be sure to check out the game at retailers.
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