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Posted: Aug 24, 2023 @ 10:08 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Aug 24, 2023 @ 10:29 pm GMT-0600
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Original Fire, developer of the amazing Circuit Superstars, has teased and then opened their new ‘Karting Superstars’ title for Steam wishlisting. While their previous title has a top-down viewpoint it appears this one defaults to chase view… Cockpit next time?

What Karting Superstars offers
– Tactile physics model that feels accessible while presenting a high-skill ceiling for you to explore.
– Kart & driver customization to look absolutely incredible on the race track.
– Race against up to 12 players from around the globe in online multiplayer.
– Practice and score your best times across a variety of tracks in Time Trials. Put your name on global leaderboards and drive with the ghosts of your friends or the world’s best.
– Compete against a dynamic AI difficulty that can grow with you. The sky is not even the limit!
– Compete with AI drivers in race events and tournaments of your own design in Kartcore mode.
– Race versus global ghosts that let you see how players around the world are tackling each track. You can also learn your friends best tactics!
– Re-watch your races, see your epic overtakes or study your racing lines and those of your opponents using Replays.
– Use replay cameras to watch your races from different angles and record epic moments to share.

What Karting Superstars doesn’t offer
– Split screen multiplayer
– Ability to spectate live races
– A career mode
– Multiple types of karts
– Kart performance upgrades


Gameplay footage posted on social media:

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