The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring more on WRC 10 launching on Nintendo Switch, Cursed to Golf release, and more!
SGO Weekly: WRC 10 Switch launch and more!
Redout 2 gameplay overview trailer
Saber Interactive released a new gameplay overview trailer for Redout 2, the next entry in the anti-gravity racing franchise. Redout 2 is the future of racing featuring 36 unique tracks. In addition, each of one can be played in reverse for a total of 72 tracks. Players strafe, tilt and boost through a variety of game modes, including a single-player campaign as well as a competitive online multiplayer. Furthermore, players can customize hoverships, and experience Redout 2’s advanced calibration system.
Cursed to Golf
This week, Cursed to Golf made an appearance at Xbox’s ID@Xbox Showcase. This marks another console platform reveal for the game. In total, Cursed to Golf will be launching on Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
In the new video, director Liam Edwards gives us a rundown of Cursed to Golf, a game featured on a host of “most-anticipated” lists. The trailer explains the game’s core loop and provides a look at some of the world-bending trick shots needed to beat the game’s hellishly difficult holes.
In Cursed to Golf, players take on the role of a Golf Champion, trapped in Golf Purgatory after a lightning strike stops them dead. To ascend back to the land of the living, players will need to play through 18 dungeon-like holes.
MotoGP 22 Next-gen gameplay trailer
The first Next-Gen gameplay of MotoGP 22 finally landed. The latest trailer showcases all the improvements of the 2022 edition along with the local split-screen mode.
MotoGP 22 releases April 21on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Steam.
WRC 10 launches on Nintendo Switch
NACON and KT Racing Studio announced WRC 10, the official video game of the FIA World Rally Championship, is now available on Nintendo Switch in Europe. Those in North America will need to wait until March 29. The anniversary edition of WRC celebrates 50 years of the competition. The historical mode allows players to relive 23 events that marked the history of the Championship. With more content than ever, WRC 10 pays tribute to 50 years of rallying. The popular Career Mode is also present in the Switch version with the addition of a livery editor and the ability to create your own team. Players can now put their colors on the championship cars, based on around 30 vehicles present in the WRC, WRC 2, WRC 3, Junior WRC categories, but also the game’s historic vehicles, alongside the 52 official teams of the 2021 season.
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