Funselektor have announced that art of rally will be coming to iOS on January 18, 2024, and Android devices at a later date. The iOS version includes all the content from the console and PC versions, including the recently released Australian DLC, and can be pre-ordered now at a discount for just $4.99. The screenshots below are from the iPad version. The trailer (below the screenshots) shows off the in-game UI and control scheme nicely.
Indie hit ‘art of rally’ gets new release date on iOS: January 18, 2024!
Indie developer Funselektor (Absolute Drift) is launching their indie racing hit inspired by the golden era of rally called art of rally on iOS on January 18, 2024! The mobile release will contain all updates and improvements of the console and PC versions of the game, including the latest Australia DLC. It will be released for USD 7.99, and there will be a 2-week launch sale of the game at USD 4.99; iOS users can pre-purchase at the discounted price.
art of rally will arrive on Android devices at a later date.
About the Game:
Race in the golden era of rally. Drive iconic cars from the 60s to Group B on challenging stages through stylized environments inspired by real worldwide locations. Will you master the art of rally?
With a Metacritic score of 79 and a 93% positive rating across 3,900+ user reviews on Steam, art of rally is a stylized driving experience inspired by the golden era of rally. It takes players worldwide to drive through beautiful and soothing environments inspired by real locations ranging from Finland, Sardinia, and Norway to Japan and Germany. art of rally is currently available for Steam (PC & Mac) , PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.
From beginner-friendly options to driving modes that’ll challenge the most expert drivers, all players can tackle the races using their favourite rally driving tricks: Scandinavian flick, counter steering, left foot braking, and handbrake turns.
Progress through the golden years of rally in Career Mode
61 iconic rally cars from the ‘60s to the ’90s, Group B, Group S, Group A
60 rally stages in Finland, Sardinia, Norway, Japan and Germany
Daily and weekly challenges with leaderboards
Photo and Replay mode for sharing screenshots
Ghost racing: Push your limits and chase your own best scores
Get your name at the top of the Leaderboard in our daily and weekly challenges.
Indie developer Dune “Funselektor” Casu has a thing for racing, as his games suggest. After releasing Absolute Drift in 2015, Dune first launched art of rally on PC in September 2020, a homage to the golden years of rally and cool vintage cars – now on Xbox consoles, Xbox GamePass, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 and 5. When he’s not programming games, you can find Dune all across Canada and the US, driving around in his van/office-on-wheels.