ExoCross, the highly anticipated off-road driving video game, developed by Orontes Games, has recently announced a rescheduling of its release.
Originally planned for fall 2023, the game is now set to launch sometime in 2024, offering gamers an exciting and immersive experience.
Key concepts in this article:
- ExoCross, an off-road driving game, was acquired by iRacing in December 2021.
- The game, due for release in 2024, will offer 48 unique driving challenges.
- A ‘quick race’ mode and additional world and vehicle type are in development.
- Original game owners on Steam will receive a free upgrade to ExoCross.
- An early version of the game will be available for testing at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Upcoming Features and Enhancements in ExoCross
In this thrilling title, players will have the opportunity to navigate through dynamic and deformable terrains, driving powerful and fictional off-road beasts. One of the key highlights of this game is its innovative physics system, featuring “soft-bodied” tires that provide exceptional traction through the groundbreaking 4-way Contact Patch Traction (4CPT) technology.
Previously known as DRAG: Outer Zones, ExoCross initially made its debut on PC via Steam early access. However, in a significant development, the game was acquired by iRacing in December 2021, promising even more exciting features and improvements for gamers to look forward to.
With its unique gameplay mechanics and captivating visuals, ExoCross is set to redefine the off-road driving genre, offering an unforgettable gaming experience.
The development team, led by Chris Leone, iRacing’s Marketing and Communications Manager, plans to release the game in 2024.
They have successfully ported the existing development version to consoles and introduced a new single-player mode called ‘quick race’.
Upcoming Developments in ExoCross: A Sneak Peek into the Future
This mode utilizes iRacing’s AI system to control your competitors, providing an immersive experience. The team is also working on adding a third vehicle type and fourth world, which will feature an impressive 38 unique track layouts.
In total, ExoCross is expected to offer 48 driving challenges. The team is continuously improving the engine sounds, vehicle physics, and user interface to enhance the overall gaming experience.
It’s worth noting that the original Drag: Outer Zones is still available on Steam, and those who purchase it will receive a free upgrade to ExoCross upon its launch next year.
Excitingly, visitors to the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, USA, will have the opportunity to test a work-in-progress version of the game during the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series final later this month.
This version is expected to showcase significant improvements compared to the Early Access release.
Stay tuned for more updates on ExoCross and get ready for an unforgettable gaming experience!