Drift Stage pre-alpha demo is now out; will come out on Kickstarter next week
Drift Stage is coming to Kickstarter sometime next week and developers Super Systems have now released a pre-alpha demo of the game to give players a taste of what’s to come.
Drift Stage is a fantasy version of 80s/90s styled racing games that features loud neon graphics, low poly car models and pixel art. It resembles 90s games in both looks and sounds, which harks back to the age of Sega Dreamcast. The game is coming to Kickstarter sometime next week and developers Super Systems have now released a pre-alpha demo of the game to give players a taste of what’s to come.
Drift Stage focuses on racing and of course drifting. So players will have to slide around the corners while adjusting the car’s angle to avoid colliding with the walls. The demo comprises of a single stage time trial. So even though the single night-time city track may seem too little for a demo, players will still have the option of racing their best score and the next skill level’s ghost.
The demo also features a ‘Photo Mode’ which can be accessed when the screen is paused. So players will be able to take cool screenshots in any angle with the free camera (the screenshot key is F9). And there are definitely going to be a few dedicated players who will be spending a lot of time with this feature to get that perfect shot.
The game will feature a single player mode, character oriented career mode, circuit modes, leaderboard chasing trials and even a multiplayer mode. The game has already been Greenlit by Steam community and players can expect Steam Workshop support as well.
Check out the trailer for Drift Stage below: